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OrthoAnalytika

Welcome to OrthoAnalytika, Fr. Anthony Perkins' podcast on spirituality, science, culture, the paranormal, prepping, and current events - all from a decidedly Orthodox Christian perspective. Fr. Anthony is the rector of St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral (UOC-USA) in Allentown, PA; Professor, Vocations Director, and Associate Academic Dean at St. Sophia Seminary (UOC-USA), and a retired intelligence officer. He has a diverse background, a lot of enthusiasm, and a big smile. See www.orthoanalytika.org for show notes and additional content.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
01/14/2018 20180114 - Homily on the Circumcision On this day, the Church celebrates the Resurrection(like every Su...
12/31/2017 Why call the Incarnate Logos Jesus? In this homily, given on the Sunday before the Nativity in 2017, ...
12/24/2017 20171225 - Homily on the Peaceful Pattern It is both the second Sunday before the Nativity and, at least fo...
12/17/2017 20171217 Homily on the Incarnation Was Jesus Christ really born on the 25th of December?  It's ...
12/12/2017 Bible Study #27: Balaam In this episode Fr. Anthony shares the scriptures that describe w...
12/07/2017 Bible Study #26: Og of Bashan We finish up Numbers 21 by talking about missing books of the Bib...
11/28/2017 Bible Study #25 - The Fiery Serpent This week we have a special guest and friend of the podcast, Rev....
11/26/2017 Homily - What a Good Samaritan? The lesson is that we need to have the courage and compassion to ...
11/21/2017 Bible Study #24 - The Rebellion of Khorah After reviewing some of OT insights regarding the day's feast (St...
11/19/2017 Homily - On the Raising of Jarius' Daughter Orthodoxy is a rational faith, we do not have to “leave our min...
11/17/2017 Book Discussion - Song of the Sirin with Nicholas Kotar Listen as Nicholas Kotar talks about the benefits of using fairly...
11/14/2017 Bible Study #23 - The Recon of Canaan In this episode on Numbers 13-14 (the recon of Canaan), Fr. Antho...
11/05/2017 Homily - On the Anniversary of Great Evil Communism brought great evil to the world, but it did not create ...
11/01/2017 Bible Study - Special Ghost Episode Special Bible Study given on Halloween (N.S.); what does the Bibl...
10/29/2017 Homily - Get a Job! What is the one thing needful?  What is sin?  How is be...
10/25/2017 Notes from a teaching Divine Liturgy These are the notes from the teaching Divine Liturgy we celebrate...
10/25/2017 HomilyonChristtheHero Who is Christ?  Why did He suffer and die for us who could n...
10/25/2017 Bible Study 22 - Family Trouble In this class, Fr. Anthony talks about the ambiguity of names in ...
10/20/2017 Book Discussion - The Shack Why might an Orthodox Christian read The Shack?  Why might i...
10/11/2017 Bible Study 22 - Leviticus and the Destruction of the Devoted How (not) to make the Bible say the opposite of what it means.&nb...
10/09/2017 Homily- Fishing in Chaotic Waters What does it mean to become a "fisher of men"?  How is it he...
10/06/2017 Bible Study 20 - Leviticus, Patterns, and Scapegoats What is Leviticus good for?  In what way(s) is Christ a scap...
10/01/2017 20171001 How to Deny Yourself In this homily for the Sunday after the Exaltation of the Cross, ...
09/24/2017 20170924 - Homily on the Momentum of Virtue (and Vice) In this homily on The Parable of the Talents, Fr. Anthony discour...
09/21/2017 Book Discussion: Lynette Hull on Iconography This month (September 2017), the St. Sophia Seminary Library Book...
09/17/2017 20170917 - Homily on our Prime Directive Why did Jesus pick "Love your God..." as the greatest commandment...
08/29/2017 20170827-TearDownThatWall In this episode, Fr. Anthony describes (and acts out, although yo...
08/21/2017 20170820 - Orthodox Statement on Charlottesville Today Fr. Anthony read the Bishops' statement denouncing the even...
08/07/2017 20170806 Camp Talk on Heroism The theme of this year's "Mommy & Me; Daddy & Me" encampm...
08/07/2017 20170806 Homily on Building St. Paul compares living well to building a house.  In this ...


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