Armodoxy for Today: All Civil Wars What good is a crying god? It’s a legitimate question and was asked by several listeners after yesterday’s podcast. In the midst of coldhearted […]
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Next Step #781 – September 21, 2023 – Hours after the cease-fire in Artsakh, people deal with the new reality. Fr. Vazken shares thoughts from the 1988 protests to this […]
Armodoxy for Today: Holy God, Crucified A hymn of the Armenian Church, may sound familiar when heard in many traditional churches, such as the Roman Catholic or the Eastern Orthodox. […]
Armodoxy for Today: Basil Tea One of the customs around the September celebration of the Holy Cross, is to pass out basil to the congregants. The feast is called the […]
Armodoxy for Today: Cross Translated One of the greatest challenges faced by churches is one of relevance. It is a tricky issue because Jesus’ message is always relevant, but not […]
Armodoxy for Today: Elevating the Cross The Cross is the symbol of Christ and Christianity. This devise of torture became the expression of victory over suffering and death. In the […]
Armodoxy for Today: Symbols As humans we search for meaning. Alongside survival and reproduction, the human animal has a need to find meaning in life. Religion helps facilitate the search. […]
Armodoxy for Today: Happy Sunday Morning Growing up in Southern California in the pre-1970s had its unique challenges regarding the preservation of ethnic identity, in particular Armenian identity. Technology assisted […]
Armodoxy for Today: Miyagi, Dad, and Pythagoras A recent social media challenge asked to mention a line from a movie that would identify the movie. A few come to mind, […]
Armodoxy for Today: Dreams of the Heart The song played over the car radio speakers, and I reminisced about the first time I heard this tune. It was a song […]