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The Cambridge Orthodox Forum
68 minutes | Oct 26, 2015
Christians and Work
Professor David Frost, Principal of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, discusses the ethics of Christians and work.
59 minutes | Apr 2, 2015
Not Ethnic but Global: Orthodoxy in the Western World
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware addressed the topic of "Orthodoxy in the Western World" as the second session (out of two) on the larger theme of "Orthodoxy in the 21st Century." The lecture was delivered in Cambridge in the Institute's seminar room during the Community Lecture Day of February 22, 2014.
62 minutes | Mar 11, 2015
Fresh Hope and New Challenges: The Church in the Traditional Orthodox Countries
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware addressed the topic of "The Church in the Traditional Orthodox Countries" as the first session (out of two) on the larger theme of "Orthodoxy in the 21st Century." The lecture was delivered in Cambridge in the Institute's seminar room during the Community Lecture Day of 22 February 2014.
47 minutes | Feb 26, 2015
Christian Ecumenism: Does It Have A Future?
The Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies was proud to host a talk by Metropolitan Hilarion of Volokolamsk on the topic of "Christian Ecumenism: Does It Have A Future?" The event was presented together with the Divinity Faculty of The University of Cambridge and the Cambridge Theological Federation on Friday, February 16, 2015. Metropolitan Hilarion (Alfeyev) is Chairman of the Department for External Relations of the Moscow Patriarchate, a permanent member of the Commission for Theological Dialogue between the Orthodox and Roman Catholic Churches, and a Member of the Central and Executive Committees of the World Council of Churches.
12 minutes | Dec 12, 2014
A Homily on the Nativity
As a Christmas gift to our listeners, the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS) presents a reading of "A Homily on the Nativity" from the book Harp of the Spirit: Poems of St. Ephrem the Syrian, translated by Sebastian Brock and published by IOCS.
55 minutes | Jun 14, 2013
Orthodoxy and the Western Rite
On the 350th anniversary of the Anglican Book of Common Prayer (1662), Professor David Frost, Principal of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, assesses the influence of the Anglican rites on Orthodox theology and worship.
67 minutes | Jan 14, 2013
Wounded by Love
Dr. Marcus Plested, the Academic Director of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, Cambridge, addresses the theme of Love at the 2009 IOCS Summer School. Please note that this episode is not up to our usual audio standards. For this we apologize.
54 minutes | Sep 11, 2012
Christianity and Violence
Professor David Frost, the Principal of the Institute, explores the theme of Christianity and violence.
63 minutes | Aug 28, 2012
Christianity and Human Life
Professor David Frost addresses the theme of Christianity and Human Life and explores the topics of abortion, contraception, euthanasia, and suicide.
49 minutes | Jul 17, 2012
Passion: Enemy or Friend?
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware continues to address the theme of Passion during the 2010 IOCS Summer School.
54 minutes | Jul 3, 2012
Divine Passion: Does God Suffer?
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware addresses the theme of Passion within the 2010 IOCS Summer School, which approached the wider theme of "Passion: Human and Divine." In this lecture, Metropolitan Kallistos explores the question, "Does God suffer?"
65 minutes | Jun 12, 2012
The Basis of Christian Ethics: Part 2
Professor David Frost continues his exploration in the field of ethics and tries to find an answer to the question, "How do we discover and apply a Christian standard?"
73 minutes | May 29, 2012
The Basis of Christian Ethics: Part 1
Professor David Frost, the Principal of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, speaks about "Christian and other ways of deciding what is right" in this first of two lectures on ethics.
69 minutes | May 15, 2012
A Suffering God
Dr. Christine Mangala Frost presents a series of reflections on the services of the Holy Week.
53 minutes | May 1, 2012
The “Neo-Patristic Synthesis”
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware discusses whether Florovsky’s program of a "Neo-patristic synthesis" is still viable in contemporary theology.
49 minutes | Apr 17, 2012
The Sources of Theology
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware futher explores the foundation of Eastern theology and its historical roots in the writings of the Fathers and the Orthodox life.
56 minutes | Mar 20, 2012
What Is Theology?
Metropolitan Kallistos Ware, renowned Orthodox author, former Spalding Lecturer in Eastern Orthodox Studies at the University of Oxford, and one of the Directors of the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies, explores the Orthodox vision of theology.
61 minutes | Mar 6, 2012
Theodicy and the Book of Job
Dr. Christine Mangala Frost has lectured widely on comparative religion and is a published novelist with two books to her name exploring the consequences of religious belief for human action. She is currently working on a study comparing and contrasting Hindu and the Christian Orthodox beliefs. Here she presents a reflection on the theme of theodicy in relation to the Book of Job.
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