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Mary, The Mother of God, an Eastern Orthodox Christian perspective.

This is a video lesson series exploring the Old Testament prefiguring of the Theotokos (Mother of God)  and the hymnody used by the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church to venerate her.

The Miracle of the Multiplication of the Loaves and Fishes. Matthew 14:14-22; Mark 6:30-44; Luke 9:10-17; John 6:1-14

....Biblical scholars see various meanings in this scripture reading. Some biblical scholars conclude that this miracle performed by Jesus is a....

Exaltation of the Holy Cross, John 19:6-11, 13-20, 25-28, 30.

...Most biblical scholars agree that chapter 19 of John’s Gospel ironically indicates that even when men are pushing their own agendas to accomplish something they desire, they are in fact fulfilling God’s Will without realizing it....

How the Sacrament of Baptism is related to the Lord’s Passion and Pascha in the Orthodox Church – Mark 10:32-45, Matthew 20:17-19, Luke 9:22-27

This Gospel reading is the third time that Jesus Christ teaches of His crucifixion and resurrection to the 12 Apostles. The first time Jesus speaks of....

The Relationship between John the Baptist and Jesus Christ – Mark 1:1-1:8

Many biblical scholars believe that John the Baptist was related in some way to Jesus Christ through the Virgin Mary’s bloodline and ...

Bible Study – The Writings: Wisdom and Poetry. An Eastern Orthodox Christian Perspective.

This Bible Study video series focuses on the Old Testament Wisdom and Poetry writings listed below and is conducted from an Eastern Orthodox Christian perspective.

How an Orthodox Christian makes the sign of the Cross

This is a helpful pictorial aid for religious education and home schools that explains how an Orthodox Christian positions their hand when making the sign of the Cross. How an Orthodox Christian positions their hand when making the sign of the cross  

The Old Testament Priesthood as compared to the New Testament Priesthood

...In the Old Testament, it was prophesied by Isaiah and Ezekiel that the Lord God would come as a shepherd to His flock (Isaiah 40:11) (Ezekiel 34:12, 34:23).   In John 10:7-16, Jesus Christ declares himself as the shepherd and Jesus Christ's ministry is precisely that, the shepherding of the people, the body of the Church....

The Christian Symbol of the Fish

For a printable copy, access this link In the earliest of Christian times, when Christians were heavily persecuted, the fish symbol came to represent Christianity long before the Cross symbol was in use.   The symbol of the fish was used to identify oneself as a Christian to others, mark burial places of the saints … Continue reading The Christian Symbol of the Fish