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Here and Now Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2010/06/14/here-and-now/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Spirituality Source: Ancient Faith Blog Stephen Freeman examines the place of the "here and now" in the spiritual practice of the Orthodox Church. History and the Gospel Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2014/08/27/history-and-the-gospel/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: History , Gospel , The gospel Source: Ancient Faith Blog "There is not an intellectual mediation of the gospel. The gospel is immediate. We encounter the gospel itself, or we are yet to encounter the gospel." An article by Stephen Freeman of the Orthodox Church. The Tradition of Being Human Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2014/07/31/the-tradition-of-being-human/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Tradition , Holy Spirit Source: Ancient Faith Blog "In Orthodoxy, Tradition is both conscious and unconscious." An article an being human, tradition in the church, and Holy Spirit by Stephen Freeman of the Orthodox Church. Saintless Christianity Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2014/07/19/saintless-christianity/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Saints , Saint Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman considers the place of saints in Christianity, arguing that the "Church of the saints is the only complete proclamation of the Christian faith." The Human Project Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2014/08/04/the-human-project/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Suffering , Jesus Christ's humanity Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article on human suffering from the Orthodox perspective, Stephen Freeman explains that the Christian Church is the living Tradition of the self-giving life of God. Grace Enough Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2020/10/05/grace-enough/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Grace , Suffering Source: Ancient Faith Blog Stephen Freeman of the Orthodox Church uses the experience of a hospital stay, Psalm 91, and 1 Corinthians 10:13 to reflect on suffering, endurance, and the grace of God. The Communion of Tradition Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2013/10/22/the-communion-of-tradition/ Scripture Meditation/Sermon by Stephen Freeman Topics: Scripture , Tradition Source: Ancient Faith Blog Stephen Freeman uses 1 John 1:1-3 to examine the place of tradition within the Orthodox Church, as the living witness and the abiding presence of Christ. The Choices We Make Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2007/04/24/the-choices-we-make/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Choice , Prayer Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Fr. Stephen Freeman reflects on the human ability to choose, and urges our learning to choose what God has chosen for us. The Absent God – Introibo ad altare Dei Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2009/01/01/the-absent-god-introibo-ad-altare-dei/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: God's Presence , Sacraments , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Where does God live? Fr. Stephen Freeman answers this question by drawing an Orthodox understanding of sacrament and liturgy. Fulfilled – The Christian Reading of the Old Testament Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2012/12/28/fulfilled-the-christian-reading-of-the-old-testament/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Old Testament Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman examines the phrase in gospels "That it might be fulfilled which was spoken by the prophet” to suggest a Christian reading of the Old Testament. The Church and the Scriptures Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2014/10/10/church-scriptures/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Church , Scripture , Reformed Churches Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Fr. Stephen Freeman interacts with the Protestant Reformed understanding of sola scriptura, arguing that it is an invention of the Late Medieval and Modern periods. The Argument Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2009/10/28/the-argument/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Peace , Conflict , Healing Source: Ancient Faith Blog "To make peace it is necessary to be at peace – and this again requires the healing of our soul." An article from the Orthodox tradition by Stephen Freeman. Full Text Hymns on Stephen Freeman PO LA'I EPD
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Once and For All? Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2007/01/09/once-and-for-all/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Atonement , Justification Source: Ancient Faith Blog Fr. Stephen Freeman looks at the Protestant doctrine of Justification from the perspective on the Orthodox tradition. Driving By Faith Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2016/09/08/driving-by-faith/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Faith , Truthfulness Source: Ancient Faith Blog "Rationality is not the primary mode of believing. Faith is not simply what you believe, it is equally how you believe." An article by Stephen Freeman of the Orthodox Church. Doing the Good You Can Do Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2020/08/12/doing-the-good-you-can-do/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Goodness , Daily Living , Good Source: Ancient Faith Blog Stephen Freeman applies the question posed to John the Baptist in Luke 3:14 ("What should we do?") to our Christian living in modern times. Boundaries, Borders and the True God Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2015/02/05/boundaries-borders-true-god/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: God , Knowledge of God , Priesthood Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman examines boundaries and false boundaries in the ego’s search for God. The Transfiguration of the Material World Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2006/12/27/the-transfiguration-of-the-material-world-part-2/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Transfiguration , Materialism , Incarnation , Salvation Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman argues that the transfiguration of the material world is not just a corollary of the doctrine of the Incarnation, but of the complete doctrine of salvation itself.... Knowledge that Saves Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2007/11/03/knowledge-that-saves/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Knowledge , Knowledge of God , Salvation Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman examines a specific kind of knowledge, by which we can speak of knowing God because we have come "to have a share in His life." I Really Can’t Say Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2013/12/04/i-really-cant-say/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: Language , Knowledge of God , Mystery Source: Ancient Faith Blog Stephen Freeman introduces apophaticism as the mystical approach to Orthodox Church worship and theology. Between Christmas And… Article by Stephen Freeman https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/glory2godforallthings/2010/12/29/between-christmas-and/ Article by Stephen Freeman Topics: History , Christian Calendar , Kingdom of God , Eschatology Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this article from the Orthodox tradition, Stephen Freeman uses the Church calendar to discuss secularism, history, and the present reality of the Kingdom of God.