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Orthodoxy and Matthew 16:18

This video answers the following question posed to me:

-How do Orthodox respond to the Roman Catholic interpretation of Matt 16:18 and the Papacy?

I am an Orthodox catechumen, so my answer may not be perfect. 21 more words


A Mock Inspection by any other name would smell as foul

Other than to my mum (obviously) it is getting harder to figure out who I answer to for my school’s performance. To give you some idea of the level of confusion here’s a quick who’s who of the usual suspects: 2,001 more words


1 Corinthians 11

1 Corinthians 11 has Paul beginning with a charge to the church to follow him.  “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ”.  … 549 more words

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What is biblical submission to your husband supposed to look like?

I read recently on another blog (which I’m not going to link to) that the author of that post believed that Sarah is an excellent picture of wifely submission to her husband, Abraham, because she agreed to be called his sister when he insisted on it as they travelled. 1,059 more words


With October being the Domestic Violence Month, I’ve been working on understanding the power and control issues that propel abusers.

One major hit I have gotten so far borders on the headship-authority over wives, wife submit to husband thingy. 1,060 more words


Symbolizing Christ AND the Church

Here is something short and sweet I noticed recently about 1 Corinthians 11. Verse 3 reads, “But I want you to understand that the head of every man is Christ, the head of woman is man, and the head of Christ is God.” Now, St. 360 more words

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Remember Where You Came From – Book of Legends

The best head teacher I ever worked with died suddenly last week.

Neil Tuttiett was the single most important person in my teaching career. As an NQT it was his calm, often funny and passionate leadership approach that helped me become a committed, driven and ambitious professional. 494 more words