Monthly Archives: July 2013

On Withstanding False Teachers in the Church

    St. Ignatius of Antioch ca. 50-117   Let not those who seem worthy of credit, but teach strange doctrines, (1 Timothy 1:3, 1 Timothy 6:3) fill you with apprehension. Stand firm, as does an anvil which is beaten. It is the part of a noble athlete … Continue reading

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On St. Seraphim of Sarov and Francis of Assisi

  “The event which we relate below was communicated to us verbally in August 1931 by Mr. K. who afterwards wrote it to us in a letter. It is this letter which we shall make use of here. It is … Continue reading

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“Victims May Have Consented”, Says Rabbi Vile Satanic Talmudic behavior yet again! Kyrie Eleison!

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Jew Promotes Crossdressing Camp for Children

Run by mentally ill sexual deviants, a “transgender” camp for children called “You are You” is promoted by the Jew David Rosenberg at the online magazine Slate. The camp is for “gender nonconforming boys and their parents.” The editor of … Continue reading

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From Whom to Flee

St. Gregory Palamas ca. 1296-1359 Let us flee from those who reject patristic interpretations and attempt by themselves to deduce the exact opposite. (Homily 27)

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On the Church and the Canon of Holy Scripture

    St. Hilarion Troitsky 1886-1926   [R]eason left to itself will not stop at the abolition of the very books of Holy Scripture. Indeed, what is the basis for recognizing these or other books as Holy Scripture and genuine … Continue reading

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Is Private Bible Interpretation Biblical? NO!

    Private interpretation of the Bible is actually anti-Biblical. Let’s read proof from the text of the Holy Bible about this. Knowing this first, that every prophecy of Scripture cometh not out of private explanation, for prophecy was not … Continue reading

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