The blasphemy of the Holy Spirit occurs when a person actively pursues a conscious, continuous deliberate malicious attitude of rejecting the Holy Spirit of God, calling God who is good, evil.Read More »
The implication is if good is not done for the sake of God, that good brings neither the grace of God in this life or reward in the next.Read More »
Hello, I'm currently a Roman Catholic but am considering conversion to Eastern Orthodoxy based on a few doctrinal differences. Here are my questions.Read More »
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 »