Podcast Host: Ancient Faith Radio
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Episodes: 122
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Faith and Philosophy
Dr. Clark Carlton comments weekly on matters of faith, philosophy and Orthodoxy.

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05/18/2009 | Download File 4.23 MB -right click to download


Vegetables, plants, weeds, and fasting are on Clark's mind today as he updates us on the progress of his garden.

05/05/2009 | Download File 4.99 MB -right click to download


How do we draw more African Americans into the Orthodox Church? The same way we attract everyone else. Here is a link to the website that Dr. Carlton mentions in this episode: God's Garden

07/11/2009 | Download File 5.28 MB -right click to download


Clark shares with us a portion of his forthcoming book. The excerpt is titled "Every Valley Exalted: Christianity and Political Messianism."

07/11/2009 | Download File 5.28 MB -right click to download


Clark shares with us a portion of his forthcoming book. The excerpt is titled "Every Valley Exalted: Christianity and Political Messianism."

08/23/2009 | Download File 5.77 MB -right click to download


Clark explores the term "theologian" and identifies who is and who ain't - but more importantly, why.

09/15/2009 | Download File 5.65 MB -right click to download


Clark explains that while all theology begins as narrative, it is fulfilled in doxology.

10/05/2009 | Download File 6.24 MB -right click to download


Clark argues that ecumenical dialogue on matters that we Orthodox have no intention of changing is a fruitless endeavor.

10/05/2009 | Download File 6.24 MB -right click to download


Clark argues that ecumenical dialogue on matters that we Orthodox have no intention of changing is a fruitless endeavor.

09/15/2009 | Download File 5.65 MB -right click to download


Clark explains that while all theology begins as narrative, it is fulfilled in doxology.

08/23/2009 | Download File 5.77 MB -right click to download


Clark explores the term "theologian" and identifies who is and who ain't - but more importantly, why.

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