Friday, July 03, 2009
Come Receive the Light Schedule of Programs for July 2009
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Speaker: Richard Barrett and Fr. Anthony Karbo
Topic: Music and Coffee
On this week's CRTL podcast, Fr. Chris will being talking with Richard Barrett and Fr. Anthony Karbo. Richard Barrett is the cantor at All Saints Church in Indiana and speaks with Fr. Chris on establishing choir schools in our parishes. As a student of music and a graduate of Indiana University specializing in voice, he brings a special perspective to the subject worth listening to. Also, Fr. Anthony Karbo will be discussing Agia Sophia Coffeehouse in Colorado Springs. Agia Sophia is an outreach ministry underwritten by Holy Theophany Orthodox Church, where Fr. Anthony is parish priest.
Speaker: Fr. Alexander Gousettis
Topic: A Rebel's Journey: A Novel of Doubt & Christian Transformation
On this week's CRTL podcast Fr. Alexander Gousettis joins Fr. Chris to talk about his new novel, "A Rebel's Journey: A Novel of Doubt & Christian Transformation". Fr. Alexander Goussetis is the pastor of Annunciation Orthodox Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He has taught World Religions at Youngstown State University and is the author of two other books: "Renewed Day By Day: An Orthodox Prayer Workbook" and "Encountering World Religions: An Orthodox Christian Perspective." He has earned a doctoral degree in Psychology and Pastoral Counseling and a Master of Divinity degree.
Speaker: Fr. Christodoulos Papadeas
Topic: Monasticism in Modern America
On this week's CRTL podcast: Have you ever wondered about life in a monastery? Fr. Christodoulou, from the Brotherhood of St. George Mission Monastery will speak on the subject of Monasticism in modern America.
Speaker: Richard Swindburne
Topic: Was Jesus God?
On this week's CRTL podcast: Was Jesus God? Does a rational, philosophical defense of Christian faith make sense? Can a rational, modern person believe that Jesus rose from the dead? Richard Swinburne, an internationally recognized professor of philosophy from Oxford University, explains why he believes that the main Christian doctrines about the nature of God and his actions in the world are true and rationally justifiable, even in today's world of science, sophistication and doubt.
Speaker: Clash of Civilizations: East and West
Topic: Was Jesus God?
On this week's CRTL podcast Giles Milton, an international best-selling author, talks about his newest book, "Paradise Lost: Smyrna 1922." Giles tells the largely unknown story of the destruction of Smyrna, an extraordinary, heterogeneous and tolerant city with a large Orthodox Christian population - a disaster that would prefigure the coming clash of civilizations between East and West.
Come Receive the Light, the only nationally syndicated Orthodox Christian radio broadcast, is a weekly program that features interviews with noted Orthodox Christian clergy, theologians, and lay leaders on theological, spiritual, pastoral, and modern social issues. Heard on the radio in more than 100 cities in the United States and the Bahamas, this unique weekly broadcast offers the ancient, Christ-centered message of Orthodox Christianity to the modern world. You can listen to past programs on demand and find many other online resources to deepen your faith at www.MyOCN.net.
Come Receive the Light is produced by the Orthodox Christian Network, an agency of the Standing Conference of the Canonical Orthodox Bishops in the Americas.