The Invisible Church: A Doctrine That Has Come of Age

The Church is the very place where all the aspects of salvation are found. “I did it my way” is the very opposite of how we live our lives in Christ. by Fr. Stephen Powley Have you been around people who proclaim a faith in Christ, yet totally reject the idea of Church? It seems to […]

Merry Christmas

Here at Preachers Institute, we wish to offer a greeting of peace and joy for the Lord’s Nativity. For those on the Old Calendar, Happy St. Herman’s Day (we’ll offer greetings again in Jan.) Enjoy this little virtual Christmas card (on the right) in honor of the Lord’s birth. It is our fervent desire and […]

FINISH LINE: The OT Challenge 2017 is OVER!

With today, Friday, December 23rd, we complete our final reading from the Old Testament Challenge! Well done those of you who kept the pace. If you’re a little behind, no problem! Keep reading. That is why we end on the 23rd – to give you one more day to complete your list. Congratulations to all […]

The Spiritual Pathology of Sola Scriptura

by Fr. John Guy Winfrey I was recently asked by an old friend of mine to address sola scriptura from the stand point of spiritual pathology, or more closely to his words, what does this do to one’s soul and how does one heal that? For decades Orthodox Christians have written about sola scriptura in […]

A Sharp Dressed Man

by Fr. John Moses You’ve heard it said that “clothes make the man.” If that is true then I am an unmade man. Fashion and I have never been friends although there have been times when I tried to warm up to it. In the past, I have enjoyed the feel of new and well […]

To the Preacher: K.I.S.S.

by Fr. Lawrence Farley For the Orthodox priest, preaching is a fearful responsibility: the Holy Gospel has just been solemnly chanted in Church, and the assembled people of God have greeted the Lord in their midst with the words, “Glory to You, O Lord, glory to You!” Then, as if he has something to add […]

On Infant Baptism – Is it Biblical?

by Robert Arakaki Another exceptionally well written and reasoned piece, from the Reformed-Orthodox bridge. Martin wrote: I have a question. Baptists and Pentecostals say infant baptism is not biblical.  Do we find infant baptisms in the Bible? I heard someone say that this practice started around year 200. Where can I find the earliest teachings […]

The Preacher’s Apologetic Notebook

by Gary Catell, the Willard Preacher This preacher’s notebook has many useful Scriptural references that Gary has accumulated over the years that answer common questions and challenges. Please feel free to use them and create your own preacher’s notebook.     The Preacher’s Apologetic Notebook Share the post “The Preacher’s Apologetic Notebook” FacebookGoogle+LinkedInPinterestTwitterEmailBookmarkPrint