I’m getting pretty close to done with my edits for the revised, expanded version of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy, which is slated for a Winter 2017 release. The final word count will be about 125,000 136,000 words, which makes it about 75% 90% larger than the … Keep Reading ›
And here’s the answer to the question that gets asked of me nearly every day now: God willing, Ancient Faith Publishing will release the revised, expanded and updated edition of Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy in December 2016. What’s new? Besides being more than 50% larger and … Keep Reading ›
A recent online debate (not linked to here for privacy reasons) has once again shone the spotlight on the phenomenon of online Orthodox communities, which unfortunately are all too often places where heated arguments, angry personal attacks, and prideful arrogance take the place of simple, … Keep Reading ›
Your local coffeehouse may be a hotbed of heresy. Check the following list and see how yours measures up. Decaf is Docetic because it only appears to be coffee. Instant is Apollinarian because it’s had its soul removed and replaced. Frappuccinos are essentially a form … Keep Reading ›
Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy is on sale for 20% off from Ancient Faith Publishing until Labor Day. If you’ve been waiting to pick it up, this is a great time to get a copy either for yourself or someone you love. Thanks for looking!
So O&H contributor Gabe Martini has made even more “celebrity endorsement” photos for your amusement! (The exceptions here are ET and Her Majesty, whose endorsements were solicited by other friends and fans.)
It’s been a while since we did a photo humor post, so we thought you might like these “celebrity endorsements” for Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy. Thanks to our own Gabe Martini for his talents!
Quick notice: Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy is now on Facebook and running a promotion with a give-away, autographed copy of Fr. Andrew’s book by the name, if it gets 500 “likes” by midnight tonight. Will you help it get there?
Just for kicks, we thought you might be interested in knowing what the current top 20 posts (based on total hits) here at O&H are. They are listed here in descending order: Using the Bible Against Christians: Sola Scriptura Atheism Orthodox Worship Versus Contemporary Worship … Keep Reading ›
Two of our regular Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy authors, editor-in-chief Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick and Vincent Martini, have had articles published (“The Transfiguration of Place: An Orthodox Christian Vision of Localism (Part I)” and “Why We Fast Before Nativity (Christmas),” respectively) in the first issue of … Keep Reading ›