Tag : Matthew 8:5-13

Written on Jul, 07, 2020 by in | Leave a comment

Seen from the outside, the Gospel appears as an unbearable imposition on my freedom. An unending list of do’s and don’ts. To use St Paul’s phrase, humanly speaking, that is in my spiritual or emotional immaturity, the Gospel feels to me likes “slavery.”

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Written on Jul, 16, 2019 by in | Leave a comment

To be truly free means to do the will of God; nothing more and certainly nothing less.

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Written on Jul, 02, 2017 by in | Leave a comment

While the clergy have our own role in the work of discerning what in the culture is compatible with the Gospel, it is not–fundamentally–our vocation. It belongs to the laity to determine what in the culture can serve the Gospel. More importantly, it is your vocation as baptized Orthodox Christians, to shape the culture according to the Gospel.

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