Tag Archives: Eastern Orthodox

Icons transport me beyond church

Icons in my favorite church building transport me beyond church. It’s an Orthodox church near Franklin, Tennessee. Icons are images dedicated, set apart, and anointed to reflect the glory of the living, resurrected Jesus Christ. Icons, unlike ordinary religious art, … Continue reading

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Top Ten Christians After The New Testament

Here’s My Top Ten List — My Top 10 Christians After The New Testament 1) Francis of Assisi (Italian Catholic who fell in love with Jesus and followed Him with abandon — I think in the 12th century). 2) George Fox (founder … Continue reading

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The Best, Least-Known Book In America — The Philokalia

You have probably never heard of the book that I consider to be the best, least-known book in America. It is very long — 5 volumes. It was written originally in Greek. A facebook group about this book has a … Continue reading

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