Many Orthodox Christians often wonder what the boundaries are when it comes to celebrating Halloween. Is it okay for us to participate?
In this post, we explain the Orthodox perspective on organ donation by exploring Scripture, the writings of the early Fathers, and contemporary theology.
Many Orthodox Christians wonder if they can be cremated after their death. The Church firmly condemns cremation and its treatment of the body.
In this post, we explain why Orthodox Christians pray facing East whenever possible, and where we get this tradition from.
Unlike their Roman Catholic and Protestant counterparts, Orthodox priests and monks continue to wear untrimmed beards and long hair. But why?
In this post, we explore the Orthodox Church’s teachings about tattoos and body piercings.
In this post, we explain the conciliar governance structure of the Orthodox Church, as well as the hierarchy within the Church.
“Churchless Christianity” tells us we don’t need the Church, because it is Christ alone who saves. But we DO need to go to Church. Here’s why.
The Eastern Orthodox Church accepts people who identify as LGBTQ+ as fellow sinners in need of the healing presence of Christ in our lives.
Despite what many Protestant Christians believe, Holy Scripture does support the Traditional belief that Mary always remained a virgin.