Guide: How to Live an Orthodox Life
is the online version of the custom text we use in our course "Living
the Orthodox Christian Life."
the online manual here
Download as pdf ~ 7.5 MB
These Truths we Hold
Excellent articles on the Truths held by Orthodox Christians on the website of St. Tikhon’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.
Christian Booklets Online
On Christian faith and life, on Holy Scriptures,
on prayer and sacraments, on the life of saints, on theology, and
selected writings from the holy fathers.
An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith By Saint John of Damascus
Orthodox Dogmatic Theology by Fr. Michael Pomazanisky
Orthodox Spirituality - a 70page commentary on the book of the same name by Fr. Dimitru Staniloae
Path to Salvation - Excerpts by Saint Theophan the Recluse
Way into the Kingdom of Heaven
by Saint Innocence of Alaska
by Archimandrite George Capsanis
How to Save the Soul
By Saint Theophan the Recluse
Original Sin According to Saint Paul
By Fr. John S. Romanides
Confession of an Orthodox Christian
Fr. Seraphim Rose
Preaching the Gospel of Christ in the Modern World
By Hieromonk Damascene
The Way of Spiritual Transformation
by Hieromonk Damascene
"We have been called out of this world in order to be- come citizens of another world: the Kingdom of God. That Kingdom begins now, in this life, continues after we leave this world, and will reach its consummation at the Second Coming of our Savior. In order to dwell in that Kingdom, to be its citizens, we must be transformed."
Nature of Sin?
Why Do we Need Chruch?
Purity: Purity of Mind, Body, and Soul - video
Marrriage and the Christian Home
Video: Religion and Evolution - Metropolitan Kalistos Ware
Video: Repentance - Elder Joseph of Vatopedi
Video: Elder Piasios
Young Children in the Orthodox Church
Raising Children by by Fr. John-Mark
Close to Home by Molly Sabourin
One Orthodox mother’s quest for patience, peace, and perseverance
Close to Home is for every young mother who’s ever wished children came with an instruction manual . . . who’s ever wondered why “happily ever after” takes so darn much work.
With courage, humor, and unflinching honesty, Molly Sabourin offers not answers or solutions, but a new perspective, a pat on the shoulder, a reassuring “I’ve been there too, and there is hope.”