Although Holy Week (it is Holy Week for Eastern Christians) may not seem to be the time to post on a heady theological topic, Anastasia Theodoridis over at the blog Kyrie Eleison! (Greek for Lord, have mercy!) has posted a three part series on the filioque that is worth reading and praying over this week. Here is the link to the third part:
Readers may scroll down to read the other two. Here on Red River Orthodox, our Church History Series 1 also provided some discussion of the filiqoue (“and the Son”), which was added to the Creed by the Roman Church. Readers interested in that particular post may go here:
Otherwise, just linking to the Church History Series 1 in the categories widget below to the right will also take you there. At times, it may seem difficult to care about theology, but as I once told an introductory class I taught, theology should be hard, it requires the logic of math and philosophy, the reading and writing skills of English, and the historical grittiness of historical disciplines.