Saturday, March 3, 2007

Items of Interest - Second Week of Veliki Post 2007

Melchizedek, King of Peace: A Sign for our Time
Bishop Seraphim of Sendai reflects on the significance of Melchizedek, King of Salem.

Why People Become Orthodox
Fr. Steven Freeman looks at the reasons why people convert.

Simply Lewis: Reflections on a Master Apologist After 60 Years
Anglican Bishop N.T. Wright of Durham makes an analysis of the strengths and weaknesses of Mere Christianity.

Gay Activists Threaten Violence
The Chalcedon Foundation's Lee Duigon describes the growing terrorist threat of homosexual militancy.

Explaining the Episcopalians
Terry Mattingly explains the recent explanations of the latest round in the Anglican Civil War.

Defining Terms: Theocracy
Gary DeMar says, “Theocracy is an inescapable concept. The rejection of one theocratic government leads to the choice of another theocratic government.”

1 comment:

Alice C. Linsley said...

I loved reading the NT Wright piece on C.S. Lewis. (Especially as I make my way through the Chronicles of Narnia a second time.)