Category Archives: religious freedom

Worshipping From Memory at Dachau Concentration Camp

 As I wandered through the Dachau Concentration Camp, devastated by the images and memories of what happened seventy years ago, I was reminded of the Orthodox Resurrection Sunday service that took place just days after Dachau was liberated. Fr. Dionysios, … Continue reading

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North Koreans, South Koreans and Americans Are All By Nature Captive to the Kingdom of Darkness

Just because you live in America or South Korea doesn’t mean you are free! The Bible teaches that all humanity is by nature captive to the kingdom of darkness . . . North Koreans, Egyptians, Sudanese, Americans and South Koreans … Continue reading

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Mosul: A Call To Interfaith Reconnection

The terror-laden flight of Christians and Yazidis from Mosul and, more broadly, from Iraq and Syria, is a tragedy of near inestimable loss. Their story of being driven from their ancestral lands due to their faith has been well chronicled. … Continue reading

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