The Relative Silence Here

This is just a very quick post to apologize to readers for the long delays between posts and to inform readers that I am taking an indefinite leave of absence from blogging.  Recently, I became a full time chaplain.  That leaves less time for blogging and what time I do have, I really need to…
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Newsweek And (Anti-)Religious Ignorance

Recently, an article in Newsweek has been making some waves.  Whether intended to be “controversial” or “myth debunking,” the reality is it was ignorance revealing (of the author and Newsweek itself).  Since I have not yet even found the time to start taking us through the chapters of Orthodox Constructions, as I said I’d do,…
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Orthodox Converts Book Review

I hope to get into the book Orthodox Constructions soon.  For now, though, I thought I’d share a recent review of Turning to Tradition.  If you haven’t yet read this book, give this review a read and consider doing so: Review_of_Turning_to_Tradition-libre

Minimum Reading List Post 2: Review Of Orthodox Constructions Of The West

For this reading list series I turn my attention to a book that all Orthodox should read.  Just as it should be required by Orthodox seminarians and clergy to be informed about Anselm (not the caricature of him too easily found in popular Orthodox writings), so this book should be required reading.  Frankly, it should…
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The Minimum Reading List, Post 1: Anselm Of Canterbury

Adam DeVille, one of our bloggers here at Red River Orthodoxy, maintains a most esteemed site devoted to books on Eastern Christianities called http://easternchristianbooks.blogspot.com/.  His site is a huge resource that should be thoroughly reviewed by anyone who is interested in Eastern Christianity and especially anyone who desires to write popular level writings, whether in…
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