Revised & Expanded O&H on Pre-Order + New Podcast in the Works

Hello, blog readers and email list subscribers! I just wanted to give you a couple quick updates in case you hadn’t yet heard: — The revised, expanded edition of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy: Finding the Way to Christ in a Complicated Religious Landscape is now available for pre-order. Wondering what’s new? Read all about that here. Click here to place your order and‚Ķ

Dec 2016: The Orthodoxy & Heterodoxy Revised, Updated & Expanded Edition

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 also being retooled to speak not only to the Orthodox but also the non-Orthodox, here are some‚Ķ

Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy 2.0 is now here. Here’s an excerpt.

Update: New episodes are now available at this link. As I’ve announced on social media and elsewhere, I’m in the process of producing an updated, revised, and expanded version of Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy—both the podcast and the book. New episodes of the podcast begin airing on Ancient Faith Radio on November 22. This new podcast series (and book!) represents a full revision,‚Ķ

O&H Author Featured in New Journal: Kairos Quarterly

Our editor-in-chief Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick¬†had an article¬†published (“The Transfiguration of Place: An Orthodox Christian Vision of Localism (Part I)”) in the first issue of the new Kairos Quarterly: A Journal of Orthodox Living, a publication of the Hermitage of the Holy Cross, the largest English-speaking Orthodox monastery in North America. The new publication caught the attention of First Things yesterday for‚Ķ