The Serbian Orthodox Church Is Once Again in the Crosshairs in Montenegro

The Serbian Orthodox Church Is Once Again in the Crosshairs in Montenegro

Whatever devious designs Djukanovic and his potential foreign patrons might have, it’s clear that this atheist politician is hypocritically exploiting religion as part of a newly commenced Hybrid War destabilization campaign in Montenegro. The riotous unrest in Montenegro over the weekend that accompanied the enthronement of Metropolitan Joanikije of Montenegro and the Littoral shows that…

Targeting Orthodoxy

Targeting Orthodoxy

The relative success of Constantinople Patriarchy’s foray into the vipers’ tangle of Ukrainian church politics has whetted its appetite to try to go further along the same lines, following the general direction set by its overseas “partners.” A few days ago in Kiev, a mammoth crowd of about 350,000 Ukrainians voted with their feet (as…

The Rise of the Russian Christian Right: The Case of the World Congress of Families
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The Rise of the Russian Christian Right: The Case of the World Congress of Families

Introduction During the last decade, socially conservative political parties and civil society groups have been on the rise in Russia, across Central and Eastern Europe, and also in Western Europe and the United States. Such actors mobilise against LGBT-rights, women’s and children’s rights, and reproductive rights in the name of the ‘traditional family’, and they…

America Has Traded God for Empire, Narcissism, Militarism, Usury, Sodomy

America Has Traded God for Empire, Narcissism, Militarism, Usury, Sodomy

It goes without saying that Father Joseph Gleason of Russian Faith is making his mark in the world for the Kingdom of God in Jesus Christ. His theological journey has finally taken him into the priesthood of the Russian Orthodox Church. Geographically, the journey he and his family have embarked upon has taken them from…

Hagia Sophia Is Still Symbolic of Christianity and Islam’s Shared History

Hagia Sophia Is Still Symbolic of Christianity and Islam’s Shared History

Hagia Sophia’s conversion from a museum into a mosque has seen thousands and thousands of words committed to the page across the globe.  Most of it recycles the same information – that the great church was built in the sixth century under the Byzantine emperor Justinian, that it was converted to a mosque when Mehmed the Conqueror captured…