The Word “Atonement”

by Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon In this new video by Theoria videos, Fr. Pat explains why the word Atonement doesn’t appear much in Orthodox theology, and how we should be using it, and not using it.     Atonement Share the post “The Word “Atonement”” FacebookGoogle+LinkedInPinterestTwitterEmailBookmarkPrint

Atonement, Theosis & St. Paul

by Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon Orthodox Theology has only recently found its way into English, and much of that English is dominated by Latin terms: Trinity, Sacraments, Deification, Advent, Mission, Nativity, Presentation, Redemption, Salvation, and so on. Most Orthodox Christians appear to have no problem with this. Non-Latin English theological terms appear less frequently, Lent […]

Nous: The Concord of Gnosis, Theoria & Theosis

by Archbishop Lazar Puhalo This article reminded me of a statement by C.S. Lewis, “You don’t have a soul, you are a soul. You have a body.” The Western Understanding of Nous. According to the 18th century German Philosopher, Emmanuel Kant, reality is divided between phenomena and noumena, that is, the realm of time, space […]