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Angel of Satan. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Catholicity of the Church. By Fr. Milan Savich

Creationism versus Evolution. By Fr. George Nicozisin

The "Partial" and the "Whole" in the Dialectic of Divine Economy. By Archbishop Stylianos of Austrlaia

Dogma and Authority in the Church. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Doxology, the Language of Orthodoxy. By Professor Constantine Scouteris

Faith and Science in Orthodox Gnosiology and Methodology. By V. Rev. Prof. Dr. George Metallinos

Father Alexander Schmemann: Singing in the Right Key. By Fr. Alexis Vinogradov

Fishers of Men. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

God - the Supreme Being. By V. Rev. Fr. Michael Baroudy

How We Evaluate the Dead. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

The Mystery of Faith. By V. Rev. Fr. Paul Yerger

The Mystery of Prosopon (Person) and Human Adventure. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

On Unity and Unity of Faith. By Metropolitan Nicholas (Pissare) of Detroit

The Orthodox Catholic Faith. By V. Rev. Damian Krehel

The Orthodox Christian Concept of Man. By Rev. Fr. Stephen Fraser

Orthodox Man as the Image of God. By Fr. George Rados

Platonic Elements in Pseudo-Dionysius Anti-Manichaean Ontology. By Professor Constantine Scouteris

Powers and Principalities (the Rulers). By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Rags of Mortality: Original Sin and Human Nature. By Archpriest Alexander Golubov, Ph.D.

The Sacrament of Priesthood in Holy Scripture: Theological Presuppositions. By Professor Christos Voulgaris

The Seventh Sunday of Pascha: Christian Dogma and Defending God's Truth. By Archbishop Dmitri of Dallas and the South

Slaves and the Liberated. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Soul & Dust. By Metropolitan George (Khodr) of Mount Lebanon

Symbol of Life's Execution. By Rev. Vladimir Berzonsky

Theologian in Modern Society. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Theology for Everybody. By Rev. Fr. Theodore Ziton

Theology within the Orthodox Sacred Tradition. By Metropolitan Maximos of Pittsburgh

The Truth in Christianity: The One True Doctrine and the Many False Ones. By Apostolos Makrakis

Unity of the Faith of the Church throughout the Whole World. By Saint Irenaeus

What is 'The Rapture'? (Part 1, Part 2). By Fr. Dimitri Cozby


The Holy Trinity and the Parousia of the Holy Spirit according to St. John Chrysostom. By Stylianos Papadopoulos

With or Without the Holy Spirit? By Fr. Michael Harper

The Word and the Spirit. By Metropolitan George (Khodr) of Mount Lebanon

Working of the Holy Spirit. By Rev. Fr. John Chromiak


Image, Symbol and Language in Relation to the Holy Trinity. By Professor Constantine Scouteris

One Single Source: An Orthodox Response to the Clarification on the Filioque. By Metropolitan John (Zizioulas) of Pergamon


Christ and Antichrist. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

Christ and Culture. By Professor Constantine Scouteris

Jesus, the Deliverer and the Prophet. By Metropolitan Elias (Kurban) of Tripoli

The Mind of Christ. By Bishop John (Kallos) of Amorion

The Verbal Icon of Christ. By Professor Veselin Kesich


Parameters of the Miracle. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia


The Church and Salvation. By Rev. Fr. Michael Stott

On Salvation. By Rev. Fr. Theodore Ziton


The Mystery of the Virgin Mary. By Archbishop Stylianos of Australia

The Theotokos. By Archbishop Dmitri of Dallas and the South

The Veneration of the Virgin Mary in the Orthodox Church. By Archbishop Dmitri of Dallas and the South

Syrian Orthodox Faith
Faith of the Universal Syrian (Syriac) Orthodox Church

Holy Bible - What Syrian Orthodox Believe (by Rev. Fr. Curian Kaniamparambil Cor Episcopa)

The Holy Bible (by Rev. Fr. K.K. John)
There are several reasons to call the Bible as one book. From Genesis to Revelation it deals with one theme, God’s ultimate redemptive plan. It bears witness to one God and His consistent nature in relation to mankind.

Salvation by Rev. Fr. Curian Kaniamparambil Cor Episcopa

The Early Church Fathers on The Trinity

Why Turn To East For Prayer?
Why do we turn to the East while we pray ? Can't we pray in any direction? Since God is present every where and can hear our prayer, is it really necessary that we turn to a particular direction while praying?

What Shall I Do To Be Saved? By Rev. Dr. Curian Kaniyamparambil
An excellent book discussing various aspects of Orthodox Faith.

Poetry and Music of the Syriac Orthodox Church

Ecclesiastical Day - When Does the Day Start for Prayers?

Worship in the Syriac Orthodox Church

The Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist

The Sacrament of Baptism

The Sacrament of Repentance

Examination of Conscience
Here is a helpful examination of conscience, based on the Ten Commandments.

Preparing for Confession - Guide for Adults
Here is a document prepared by a Catholic Lay member about preparing for the Confession. It is an excellent article to prepare for a Lifetime Confession and as a guide for the Examination of Conscience.

Preparing for Confession - Orthodox Church
In Orthodox Church, the confession guides are typically centered around the 10 Commandments and The Beatitudes. Here is an excerpt from the Greek Orthodox Church Guide to Preparing for Confession. Similar confessionals are used in other Orthodox Churches.

The Sacrament of Matrimony

Matrimony - The Living Sacrament
Mother Angelica writes on the Sacrament of Matrimony. She says it is "a sign to the world of the invisible God living in our midst—the living God who bears fruit in the lives of two people."

Holy Muron


Anointing the Sick

Eucharistic Miracle - Transforming the Host

Inside The Church
About Madbaha (Holiest of Holies) - in Malayalam

About Censor - Dhoopakutty in Malayalam

Orthodox Church Architecture

What I Tell My Altar Servers

The Prayer Book


Psalm 51 - Repentance Prayer

The Nicene Creed

Holy Qurbana

Lord's Prayer in Syriac
(With Malayalam Transliteration of the Syriac)

Good Friday Songs - English

More Prayers

Malankara's Mythical Minefields

Debate between Georgy S. Thomas, Bangalore and Very Rev. Kuriakose Moolayil

Issue 1: The church is universal. Therefore, to stress on one's national heritage is unchristian

Issue 2: Autocephaly is an exclusively Byzantine concept and is alien to the Oriental Orthodox

Issue 3: The demand for co-equal status between the Catholicos and the Patriarch cannot be entertained

Issue 4: Even if the concept of autocephaly exists within the Oriental Orthodox tradition, it would serve no purpose in Malankara.

Issue 5: The Indian Orthodox Church is legally an autocephalous entity.

Issue 6: The Catholicos of the Jacobite faction in India is the no.2 in the universal Syriac Church.

Issue 7: The Patriarch enjoys only spiritual overlordship and has no temporal authority over the Indian wing of the Syriac Church.

Issue 8: Throne of St. Thomas was unheard of before the 1970s,

Issue 9: HH Patriarch Abdul Masih II didn't have the authority to consecrate a Catholicos for Malankara in 1912.

Issue 10: Ougen Bava conducted himself in utter disregard to the pledges given by him at the time of consecration

How Is Orthodoxy Different?
My Own Vision of The Ultimate: Why am I an Eastern Orthodox Christian?
I could have joined many other Churches and the exposure to reformation thought has only helped to confirm my commitment to the apostolic tradition as maintained by the Oriental Orthodox Churches.

Are You Saved? Answer to Pentecostal Followers

View of Orthodox Church Practices from a Pentacostal Faithful

Answer from Orthodox Faithful

Another Comment/view from an Orthodox Faithful

Orthodox Spirituality
Orthodox Spirituality presents the process of a Christian’s progress on the road to perfection in Christ, by the cleansing of passions and the winning of the virtues, a process which takes place in a certain order. Spirituality describes the manner in which the Christians can go forward from the cleansing of one passion, to the cleansing of another, and the same to the acquiring of the different virtues.

The Principles Of Orthodox Worship
Ten principles of the orthodox worship are described. Orthodox worship is complete and is designed to invoke the whole human being (mind, body and spirit) and the five senses.  It also has a strong biblical basis.

A Brief Introduction to the Holy Qurbana (The Liturgy of St. James)
The Liturgy envisages a cosmic worship, involving the heavenly hosts, all of creation, and the Church constituting of all its believers, those who have departed, the living and those yet to come. The worship has, as its model, the worship of God in heaven. And to create this effect, the Church uses physical gestures, the use of incense and the beautifully embroidered altar covering and vestments of the celebrant. Along with its simplicity and brevity, this liturgy remains one of the most beautiful expressions of worship in all of Christianity.

An Explanation of the Holy Qurbana
A step by step explanation of the holy qurbana. Especially great for the beginners.

Holy Qurbana - Commentary and Description

Holy Qurbana - Questions and Answers
51 questions dealing with all aspects of the Holy Qurbana are answered. Great overview of the Holy Qurbana.

Holy Communion
It is our central act of worship and sacrament of sacraments. It is the perfection of all other sacraments. St James, half-brother of our Lord and the first bishop of Jerusalem, was the first to conduct it and form a written liturgy in AD 37. Syrian Orthodox Church has a wealth of about 80 liturgies. All the liturgies are based on St James liturgy but nevertheless St James liturgy is the finest, the first and the most important of all.

Living the Orthodox Christian Life
The spiritual teachings of Eastern Christianity, the rituals and the traditions of the Orthodox Church, have a transformative power. They have been repeated on every continent, every year for centuries.

The Significance of Holy Campfire (Bonfire) or Fire pit Service as Part of Christmas Service
The Orthodox liturgy on Christmas is usually conducted in the silence of night and is designed in such a way as to attract anyone to it. It often creates in the minds of the faithful an inexplicable experience of the coming down of heaven to earth.

Praying to the Saints - Why do Catholics Venerate the Saints?
The historic Christian practice of asking our departed brothers and sisters in Christ—the saints—for their intercession has come under attack in the last few hundred years.

See more similar articles in our General Sermons and Essays

Other Issues
Church and Politics
I came to the Orthodox Church with great joy, but now I do believe that I rejoiced at something which I projected on to the Orthodox Church of Kerala and its clergy. It is not their fault, it is mine.

My Reservations on Christmas Caroling
If everybody wants to have caroling which involves acts of pleasures before Christmas, what is the point in having a 'Lent' prior to Christmas?

The zeal for thy house has consumed me
The author takes a critical look at the worship practices employed in Indian Orthodox Church.

The Malankara Church: Orthodox Syrian or Syrian Orthodox?
As far as I know of, there are two major churches in the United States that claim to be Malankara Orthodox. One refers to itself as Malankara Syrian Orthodox Church. The other is the The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church. Is it possible that both sides belong to the same church or that both have the right to refer to themselves as Malankara Orthodox Churches.

The Role of Women in the Syrian Orthodox Church of Antioch
by Moran Mor Ignatius Zakka-I Iwas
The Role of Women is a topic of importance today in our Syriac Orthodox Church which is a deeply rooted traditional apostolic church.” In our presentation, we shall depend upon the Holy Scripture and the tradition of the Church, namely the teachings of the Apostles which have not been recorded in the Scriptures.

God, Trinity and Role of Women in Heaven
There is only manhood and son-ship in Heaven, making it transparently clear that femininity is meant only for the procreation process that is akin to this earth only. Anything thus associated with Heaven has no womanhood or maternity.

Concept of Trinity and the Role of Women in Church
The revelation of the Holy Trinity, through the Bible and then through the reflections of our Church fathers has profound implications for our life today. While the understanding on the Holy Trinity has been one of the most complex themes that has been dealt with, the studies so far by early Church fathers and then of late by modern theologians helps us to understand certain aspects of the Godhead.

Concept of Trinity and the Role of Women in Church - Follow Up
Going against natural selection is the mode of rupturing the fibre of the creation and society. But it is set to happen by woman dominating over man as the Kaliyuga signs which flower 'at the end of days'.

More Articles and Discussions  on the Women's role in Orthodox Church

Are we loosing our Older Generation also along with our Younger Generation?
I think the main reason for such migration is people's loss of faith in the foundation of these Churches- mainly 'Apostolic Succession' and 'Sacraments'. The migrants also point out that they do not need saints as there need to be no one between themselves and God.

Tribulations within the Church- Optimistic Approach
Suggestions from an Orthodox faction member as to how to bring peace to the church.

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