In the Eastern Orthodox Christian Church, there is no official doctrine or dogma concerning heaven and hell.Read More »
There is no formal catechism for inquirers or seekers that desire to become members of the Eastern Orthodox ChurchRead More »
Ask An Eastern Orthodox Christian: What’s the difference between the Orthodox Church and the Catholic Church?
The difference between the two Christian churches was the Eastern Orthodox Church did not add too, subtract from, or alter any of the original teachings and beliefs of the original faith of Christ and the apostles to this day.Read More »
There is nowhere in Scripture where it states a man and a woman in the sacramental life of marriage can not participate in the expression of love with one another as in conjugal relations.Read More »
The true aim of every Orthodox Christian is the acquisition of the Holy Spirit of God.Read More »
What distinguishes it from other Christian faiths is from the point of its inception; it makes the claim that it has not added, altered, or subtracted from any part of the original teachings of its founder Christ and the Apostles.Read More »