The school will be an academic, intellectual, and spiritual home for Orthodox children, one that focuses on Eastern Orthodoxy’s broad, deep cultural and intellectual heritage, especially that springing from the Greek, Arabic, and Slavonic traditions; and one given to the rigor and learning that characterize a classical curriculum. Faculty are committed to the Orthodox faith and her moral teachings, and dedicated to the education of our students that they might find their place in the universe in Christ.
Doxamoot: The Orthodox Christian Tolkien Conference: a conference on the relationship between Orthodoxy and J.R.R.Tolkien. Fri, Sep 4, 2020, 5:00 PM – Sat, Sep 5, 2019, 8:00 PM EDT. St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church, 156 E. Main Street, Emmaus, PA 18049. Speakers: Mr. Richard Rohlin, German Philologist and Tolkien aficionado. Click here for ticket information
by Nathan Friend, PhD Adjunct Instructor at DeSales University and Moravian College What is education? Central to my own answer is my own experience. If I could sum up in a sentence my quest: that the truth was Christ, that a relational pursuit of Him was key, and that I held an invincible belief in […]
by Cyril Gary Jenkins, PhD Director, St. Basil Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture “We are not sure we are right until we have made the best case possible for those who are wrong.” Lord Acton Debates during the time of the Reformation could turn into bruising affairs. Anyone who has studied the Reformation knows […]
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