Written by Vladimir Moss What is the root dogma of Protestantism, more fundamental than its well-known teachings on Holy Scripture, on faith and work, and on the Church? We can find the answer to this question, not so much in any printed works of the Reformers, as in their most famous historical encounter. Luther’s printed … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE ROOT DOGMA OF PROTESTANTISM.
Written by Vladimir Moss The Norman Conquest of 1066-70, according to the great nineteenth-century historian Edward Freeman, “so far from being the beginning of our national history, … was the temporary overthrow of our national being” under the assault of Norman-French influences. Two hundred years later, Englishness had revived – but in a different form from its pre-Conquest, … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE REVIVAL OF ENGLISHNESS (1066-1271).
Written by Vladimir Moss During the last decades of his life, the famous novelist Lev Tolstoy had abandoned his profession of a writer, for which everyone admired him and which gave deep pleasure to millions of readers in many countries, for that of a false prophet who undermined the faith of millions in the true … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE CHURCH’S STRUGGLE AGAINST LEO TOLSTOY.
TWO KINDS OF HOPE Written by Vladimir Moss TWO KINDS OF HOPE This year, 2016/17, the feast of the Holy Ancestors of Christ, the Sunday before Nativity, coincides with New Year’s Day in the West. This coincidence gives food for thought about a quality that both feasts, both the holy and the secular, express. That… via … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε TWO KINDS OF HOPE by Vladimir Moss — True Orthodox Diocese of Western Europe.
Written by Vladimir Moss Contemporary Orthodox modernists who follow the teaching of the heretic Fr. John Romanides like to attack the central dogma of the Christian faith, the dogma of our redemption through the Sacrifice of Christ on the Cross, on the grounds that all talk of “sacrifice” and “satisfying the justice of God” is … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε THE SACRIFICE OF CHRIST IΝ HEBREWS.
Written by Vladimir Moss Victory in war is attained only in two ways: either by completely destroying the enemy, or by converting him to your side. There is no third way: a victory attained in any other way is no real victory, but only a battle won, which may end in final victory – or … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε WHO WON THE COLD WAR?.
Written by Vladimir Moss From the Morning Prayers in the Orthodox Church we read:= O my most merciful and all-merciful God, Lord Jesus Christ, through Thy great love Thou didst come down and take flesh, that all might be saved. All prayer should begin with thanksgiving for the good things that God has done for … Συνεχίστε να διαβάζετε MEDITATION ON A PRAYER.