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Inverted Orthodoxy

Inverted Orthodoxy

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We are three pastors of Living Springs, and our podcast is a journey through the diverse landscapes of faith. Taking your questions each week we explore, question, and celebrate the beautiful complexities of our beliefs, knowing that it's okay not to always land in the same place.
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Orthodoxy Live

Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio

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Answering Pointed Questions About Orthodox Faith, Tradition, and Practice - Orthodoxy Live with Fr. Evan Armatas offers listeners an opportunity to ask pointed questions about the Orthodox Church. Perfect for seekers, converts, and cradle Orthodox Christians alike, this program is your chance to ask the tough questions about the Orthodox faith.
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We Are Orthodoxy

Steven Christoforou, Christian Gonzalez, and Ancient Faith Radio

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Why do some young adults leave the Church, while others stay engaged? Rather than guess, we’ll interview young adults for an important conversation that highlights real stories and real struggles. We Are Orthodoxy empowers young adults to speak for themselves and to tell their own stories of faith and doubt.
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Orthodoxy

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"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
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Orthodoxy is a book that has become a classic of Christian apologetics. In the book's preface Chesterton states the purpose is to "attempt an explanation, not of whether the Christian faith can be believed, but of how he personally has come to believe it." In it, Chesterton presents an original view of the Christian religion. He sees it as the answer to natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from somewhere outside the bou ...
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle, Blake, and Doug discuss the following: 1. You guys talk about and promote The Message ‘translation’ by Eugene Peterson a lot. I totally disagree that it is a reliable translation of the Bible. I wouldn’t consider it a translation at all, actually. Maybe a commentary. Please could you read this article https://ju…
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Are dating apps a good and healthy way to find a spouse? What is a healthy response to pride month. Is it ok to take a pro-Israel stance on the war ? Is salvation only found within the Orthodox Church. Do animals go to heaven ?द्वारा Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle, Blake, and Doug discuss the following: 1. Apr 17 - Rank the three Star Wars trilogies from best to worst. 2.April 26 - You guys talk about and promote The Message ‘translation’ by Eugene Peterson a lot. I totally disagree that it is a reliable translation of the Bible. I wouldn’t consider it a translation at all…
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We are back and debuting a brand new studio! Pastors Kyle and Blake discuss the following questions: 1. 2 Minutes into episode Apr 14 - Do you think that God uses our dreams to speak to us? In the Bible there are several references to God speaking to people in a dream. Are our dreams something we should try to sit with God and try to interpret? It …
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Is venerating the icons within the Orthodox Church a requirement? Is there a divine understanding of the concept of human rights? Is self care ever unhealthy from a spiritual perspective. First time listener, first time caller asks Fr. Evan advice on entering as a catechumen of the Orthodox Churchद्वारा Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio
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in Episode #339, Pastors Kyle and Blake discuss the following: 1 - 1:13 seconds into episodeWhat is happening when we pray in tongues? If I’m praying in tongues between God and myself do I need to receive an interpretation? Is praying in tongues a way to pray when we don’t know what to say? Or should it only be done to be interpreted to edify the c…
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In episode 338, Pastors Doug, Kyle, and Blake discuss the following: 1. 2:25 into episodeApril 10 - Can you worship to music that isn’t Christian? Is it possible to feel connected to god through music that isn’t targeted that way? 2. 18:50 into episode Apr 10 - I think I’m struggling with my belief. I’m not sure how to believe in a god that would s…
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle and Doug discuss the following: In relation to the purity topic/the way people dress, what steps can we take to teach teens how to to live with wisdom and self control without instilling the negatives that purity culture has brought about What are your thoughts on “He gets us” ad that ran on the Super Bowl; adver…
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle, Blake and Doug discuss the following: AER from April 17, 2024 Spiritual warfare question This doesn’t have to be AER, it could be put into your list of questions if you don’t think it’s related enough. What do our prayers accomplish for others in their spiritual warfare (example praying for our kids who have dec…
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What is the proper greeting between parishioners during the Divine Liturgy when we recite the creed and what does it mean? What should we do when we break the fast ? What is our christian witness to those outside the Orthodox faith. is it true that the Ukrainian Church in Ukraine is being made to pray for the Russian army and its victory? What is t…
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle, Blake, and Doug discuss the following: 1. 3 minutes into episode Feb 27 - what are your thoughts on how to share God’s heart with our teenagers about their bodies/the way they dress? I grew up in the purity culture era and I’ve had to unlearn some of the things that I was taught. I want to train my kids up to kn…
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As an Orthodox Christian, is it permitted to participate on non-orthodox weddings? There seems to be a disconnect between commitment and marriage. Why? What is the Orthodox Church view on salvation. What is free will both here on this earth and the age to come.द्वारा Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Blake and Doug discuss the following: 325. 2 minutes into episode Mar 2 - I’ve heard people saying that while they pray or sing to the Lord that they sense they have entered the throne room of God. I know scripture tells us to boldly come into His throne room. What are they referring to? Is this a spiritual discipline…
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In episode 332, Pastors Doug and Blake discuss the following: 320. 2min into episode AER: Last week you spoke about being yourselves at church. I believe most of us masquerade at church and project an image of what we believe the church wants us to look like. I have often thought what would it look like if church was the one place I could go each w…
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Can we say memorial service prayers for our departed for both Orthodox and non-orthodox, non-christian at home. How do we understand earthly justice compared to heavenly justice. How does the Orthodox Church view exorcisms. Is there a rule for Orthodox Christians to not pray with the Heterodox?द्वारा Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Doug, Kyle, and Blake discuss the following: 1. 2:00 minutes into episode. Hi, Last week Pastor Blake spoke on Jonah's anger and he mentioned the city of Nineveh. The Great North American Eclipse happening on April 8th where the 6 cities named Nineveh that are located throughout North America will have 3 intersecting …
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In this weeks episode, the pastors discuss the following: 1. Blake is wrong in saying that it is fine if the women feel valued and “loved”, then complementarianism is fine. Blake, there is much value that is lost in what women can/could have done taking this position. I have seen many women be lazy in their spiritualism because they depend on men, …
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In episode #329, Pastors Kyle, Doug, and Blake discuss the following: 1. Wondering what you think about yoga? Is this something Christians should practice? What about the different types (e.g. Bikram, Kundilini, etc.) - are there some Christians should or shouldn’t be involved in? I know many (or all?) of the poses are about spirituality and worshi…
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In this weeks episode, Pastors Kyle, Doug, and Blake discuss the following questions: AER from February 21. Could you clarify your thoughts, are you saying that nothing is happening in the spiritual realm when we praise God on our own or corporately? Is praising God together just to connect with Him? The song this is,”how I fight my battles” means …
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Is it okay to ask God to help us love Him more? Why did Adam and Eve disobey God and why do people die? Can we get sick from receiving the Eucharist from the common spoon? How should feelings and emotions play in our decisions in our faith? What age is appropriate to introduce fasting to young children…
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1- In Matthew 5:17-20 Jesus talks about the fulfillment of the law and how no Law will disappear until heaven and earth disappear. Yet as Christians we don’t follow the law as it may seem we are supposed to. Why is that? Is this just something Christianity has decided to skip over? What’s the difference between the law being abolished vs fulfilled?…
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Before Stephen is martyred, he gives the Israelite history, and he gives much more detail than is found in the Old Testament. Where is this other information recorded? Should the pope be condemning surrogacy? I mean.. wasn’t Mary the original surrogate… What role do you see symbolism and iconography playing in Christianity, as a whole or in individ…
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We break down Russ Manion's paper, "The Contingency of Knowledge and Revelatory Theism". What is truth? Is there a such thing as objective reality? How would we know? These questions have been debated by philosophers for millenia, and yet there still appear to be no answers backed by science itself. So can we believe anything that anyone says? How …
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AER - on episode 322 you talk about how we should follow God‘s law in the service of others. If the laws set by the government are contradictory to God’s love for the defenseless. The provincial government announced that they want to make mandatory that schools and teachers out trans students if they want to use a name different from their birth, e…
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Fr. Evan takes a question from an anonymous caller asking his advice on a personal family matter. Why do we pray if God already understands what we need. Is there ever a situation where it is okay to leave your marriage in order to become part of the church. What to do when one lives a far distance to any church and unable to attend services regula…
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1. Kyle mentioned the Protestant Reformers a few podcasts ago. Do you hold to the doctrines that came out of the reformation? The five solas? What about Calvanism? All five points? 2. What does it mean that Jesus is the “Word”? What would be a synonym for “word” in this case? Is it “the ultimate truth”? And if so, how does the ultimate truth bring …
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Today we touch on the thoughts of neo-Calvinist Herman Dooyeweerd, and tie in the Sacred Orthodox Tradition of Phillip Sherrard. Please remember to like, comment, share, and subscribe. Links to www content: https://isi.org/intercollegiate-review/philosophy-of-the-cosmonimic-idea-herman-dooyeweerds-political-and-legal-thought/ Ground Motives : https…
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The Didache (did-a-key), Διδαχή, or The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles, is an early Christian text that most scholars date to the first or early second century. The Didache was highly regarded by many early Christian authors and theologians. Athanasius of Alexandria (†373) recommended it to converts, and it had a great influence on the Apostolic C…
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in episode #323, Pastors Kyle, Doug, and Blake discuss the following: AER: the transgender question on episode 322. Could you clarify - is transgenderism right or wrong? Not talking about intersex or gender dysphoria, but trying to change from one gender to another or trying to be non-binary - is that wrong? Do you practice ‘pronoun hospitality’? I…
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