The Orthodox Church as always regarded Theology, (or "Theologia" in Greek) as the direct experience of God through which the truths pertaining to God are revealed by the Holy Spirit.  As per Evagrios of Ponticus in the fourth century, "If you are truly a theologian, you truly pray.  If you truly pray, you are truly a theologian."  In the Orthodox Church, theology, spirituality, worship, prayer, are of a piece.  The articles presented here as examples of the breadth and diversity of theological topics, writings and authors. 

The Dogmatic Tradition of the Orthodox Church

Article

The Dogmatic Tradition of the Orthodox Church

An excellent summary article about Orthodox Dogmatic Theology by His Eminence Metropolitan Maximos of Pittsburgh

Sweeter Than Honey - Orthodox Christian Theology and Life as Joy and Light

Podcast

Sweeter Than Honey - Orthodox Christian Theology and Life as Joy and Light

In this podcast series, Dr. Peter Bouteneff seeks to recover the richness and joy of Christian teaching—and the challenge of living it.

Tradition in the Orthodox Church

Article

Tradition in the Orthodox Church

For the Orthodox Christian, there is one Tradition, the Tradition of the Church, incorporating the Scriptures and the teaching of the Fathers. Read more in this excellent article by Dr. George Bebis.

Webinar

Christian Education Webinar: The Twelve Great Feasts Through Icons and Hymns. October 3, 2016

This webinar is the first part of a two-part series, covering the Twelve Great Feasts through a visual presentation and description of the iconography of the Feast and the Hymnology of the Feast, presented by Dr. Eve Tibbs.

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