Homily – Politics, Polarization, and the Cross

In this homily, Fr. Anthony explains the meaning of the Cross for us today in the light of 1 Corinthians 6:12 (“All things are lawful for me…”), Philippians 2:6 (“[Christ Jesus] did not consider it robbery”), 1 Corinthians 10:33 (“…so that some might be saved.”), and the Transfiguration.  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

Homily – Love is Impossible Good Work

Sunday after the Exaltation of the Cross
Galatians 2:16-20; Mark 8:34-9:1 (The Greatest Commandment) life has no meaning without a goal. Goals allow us to distinguish between what is useful and what isn’t; the right goal ensures that all our actions are virtuous.   This week restates this lesson. Listen closely: And Jesus called to him the […]

Orthodoxy and the (Intersectional) Religion of the Future

This is a recording of Fr. Anthony Perkins’ YouTube Livestream from 7/13/2020.  In it, he talks about how stupidity is overdetermined (and not just demonic or agenda-driven), a couple of the things that make intersectionality such a perverse and counter-productive religion, and how Orthodox Christians are both culpable for it and responsible for replacing it […]

The Solstice, Politics, and Nothing Really

This is a recording of Fr. Anthony Perkins’ YouTube Livestream from 7/6/2020.  After talking about the (Liturgical) Summer Solstice, he talks about identity politics and the greatest patriotic sf movie ever.  Enjoy the show! Check out this episode!

The Mind, Discernment, and Aliens

This is a recording of Fr. Anthony Perkins’ Livestream from his back porch in Hartwell, Georgia on 30 June 2020.  He talks about how the modern troubles play on the lowest part of our minds and why “Orthodoxy and the Religion of the Future” is incomplete and misleading. Check out this episode!

Homily: The Value of Tradition

Check out our daily livestream on YouTube at “Fr. Anthony Perkins”! A Meditation on St. John’s “The Ladder of Divine Ascent” What is Orthodox Tradition? Why is it important for us to immerse ourselves in the worship and rigors of Orthodoxy? At the visible level, one that can be observed and studied by scientists, tradition […]

Evangelism, the Coronavirus, and Communion

They aren’t hearing what we mean to say; A critique of our reaction to concerns about Communion and the coronavirus Fr. AnthonyPerkins Despite our intention and our ability to justify our words, our witness has been damaged by our response to this crisis.  We run the very real risk of strengthening the misperception that Orthodoxy […]

Class – On Prayer

Our Faith: Orthodox Christianity Prayer as a Mystery and Medicine for Pride Questions for consideration: what happens when we pray?  What is the purpose of prayer?  How does pride (noetic effect of the fall!) affect our prayer? Background. Pride divides us from one another and from God.  It makes honest communication and healthy relationships with […]

Class – On Pride

Adult Education, Class Two: Pride Our Broken Moral Psychology (and how to heal it… and the world) Some Scripture to get us started: Proverbs 16:18.  Pride goes before destruction, a haughty spirit before a fall. Romans 12:3.  For by the grace given me I say to every one of you: Do not think of yourself […]

Talk: Ukrainian Organization and Identity in America – the role of the UOC-USA

This is a recording of the talk I gave for the “Ukrainian Historical Encounters Series”  special event “Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of the Organized Ukrainian American Community” on 21 September 2019 at the Princeton Club of New York.  I represented the UOC-USA on the panel on “The Ukrainian American Community and Religious Life”.  The moderator was Dr. Andrew […]