by Fr. Patrick Henry ReardonIt is important that Christians, when they speak of “human nature,” understand this expression in a biblical sense. And when they are told that “human nature does not change,” they should recognize the assertion as more Aristotelian than Christian. When God created human … [Read more...]
The Sole Forum Where Creation Can Examine Itself
by Fr. Patrick Henry ReardonThe thinking man, if he wants his thought about freedom to be complete, must also reflect—on the basis of his own experience—that freedom is inseparable from consciousness and the conscious experience of pursuing and discerning truth. If freedom is really free, it must be … [Read more...]
St. Gregory Palamas: Traditionalist or Innovator?
by Jesse DominickSt. Gregory Palamas (1296-1359), Archbishop of Thessaloniki (1347-1359), was and is a controversial figure. His experience and teachings of the Uncreated energies of God was severely attacked by Barlaam the Calabrian (who accused him of following the supposedly innovative teachings … [Read more...]