My Posting Policy

Gavin asked a very important question about this blog.  I decided to turn his question into a blog posting. Hey Robert, I found your blog through a friend’s facebook link.  Looks interesting.  Just curious: since your blog is “intended to serve as a meeting place where Calvinists and Orthodox can dialogue, ask questions, exchange opinions, and debate matters of faith in a civil manner,” will you be having Calvinists or evangelicals posting…

Doug Wilson on Eastern Orthodoxy

Doug Wilson is pastor of Christ Church in Moscow, Idaho.  He is a Reformed theologian and serves on the faculty of New Saint Andrews College in Moscow, Idaho. Podcasts 1 and 2 were uploaded June 3, 2010 by CanonWired, a ministry of Canon Press. Ask Doug: Eastern Orthodoxy Part I Gabe Rench: We have a question that came in regarding Eastern Orthodoxy.  What is the Reformed response to Eastern Orthodoxy? Doug Wilson:…

Ligonier Ministries on Eastern Orthodoxy

After years of obscurity on the American religious landscape, Eastern Orthodoxy is beginning to catch the attention to Evangelical leaders.  In 2004, Ligonier Ministries sponsored a national conference “A Portrait of God” which featured: J. Ligon Duncan III, R.C. Sproul and John MacArthur.  At one of the Q&A sessions, the moderator noted that he had received several questions about Eastern Orthodoxy. It is unfortunate that these well known Reformed theologians made erroneous…

Welcome!

Recently, there has been a growing openness among Christians in the Reformed tradition to Eastern Orthodoxy.  The OrthodoxBridge is intended to serve as a meeting place where Calvinists and Orthodox can dialogue, ask questions, exchange opinions, and debate matters of faith in a civil manner. The title has several meanings.  One, a bridge serves as a connection that reaches across a deep gap.  Two, a bridge brings people together for friendly dialogue…