Lord of the Hunt

So, completely, worth it.  I’m talking about a little self-published book by Steve “the builder” Robinson called “Lord of the Hunt and Other Tales of Grace.”  At $4.99 for the kindle version, this won’t break anyone’s bank.  You can read it through in a short time, and it has lots of small chapters. This is…

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Review: Ask for the Ancient Paths

I recently read through Ask for the Ancient Paths by Fr James Guirguis (sales info link).  Before too much time passed I wanted to pass along my thoughts on the book.  Note that I’ve also done an interview with Fr James about his book that I’ll be posting soon on my Conversations podcast. The Good…

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Interview with Fr James Guirguis

Last night I interviewed Fr. James Guirguis about this new book, Ask for the Ancient Paths. Ancient Faith Publishing provided me with a review copy of the book, and I’ll be posting the review soon.  I enjoyed my conversation with Fr. James quite a bit, and I look forward to sharing our conversation soon…

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Church, Tradition and Scripture pt 2.

Read part 1. This is the first part of my response to the issues raised in Church, Tradition, and Scripture.  In my previous post I pointed out that this tract isn’t really a strong apologetic against Orthodoxy, but it nicely highlights many common Protestant misconceptions so it makes a good springboard to talk about the…

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Church, Tradition, and Scripture: Saving the poor Ukrainians

A few days ago, quite by accident, I stumbled across a book on Amazon that I had to purchase.  The book is, “Church, Tradition, and Scripture: Where does the Authority Hide?” by Caleb Suko.  Mr. Suko and family are Protestant missionaries to Ukraine, where they work diligently to save those poor Orthodox souls.  I was…

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