Podcast Host: Ancient Faith Radio
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Episodes: 143
Faith and Philosophy
Dr. Clark Carlton comments weekly on matters of faith, philosophy and Orthodoxy.

Past Shows

01/05/2011 | Download File 5.83 MB -right click to download

Clark explains why being outside the Church leads to destruction rather than salvation.

03/21/2011 | Download File 5.44 MB -right click to download

Clark begins a series on the place of the American Orthodox Church in the public square by examining the issue of gays in the military.

07/04/2011 | Download File 14.03 MB -right click to download

Should the faithful be creating Orthodox colleges and universities? Clark shares his thoughts on the place of Orthodox Christianity in the academy.

08/02/2011 | Download File 13.52 MB -right click to download

Clark explains that the contemporary pro-life movement misses the boat entirely as to the real nature of our moral and social decay.

08/11/2011 | Download File 15.22 MB -right click to download

Clark explains that progressivism of any type is a precursor to antichrist.

09/09/2011 | Download File 12.63 MB -right click to download

In commemoration of the Feast of the Nativity of the Theotokos, Clark takes a break from his "Naked Public Square" series to offer a few words on Mary's significance today.

01/24/2012 | Download File 13.83 MB -right click to download

Clark considers how we might go about making a good English translation of the liturgy, as well as what a good English translation should look like.

06/17/2012 | Download File 8.80 MB -right click to download

Clark provides a brief overview of modern philosophy and identifies what he considers to be the fundamental philosophical error of modernity.

01/02/2014 | Download File 9.21 MB -right click to download

Clark further contrasts the modern and premodern ways of thinking about the world and our place within it.

02/03/2014 | Download File 9.10 MB -right click to download

Clark reflects on scientific rationalism.


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