Faith and Philosophy
Podcast Host: Ancient Faith Radio
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Episodes: 39
Dr. Clark Carlton comments weekly on matters of faith, philosophy and Orthodoxy.

Past Shows

01/15/2009 | Download File 4.75 MB -right click to download

Today Clark takes a look at the Tom Cruise movie about the assassination plot against Hitler.

12/24/2008 | Download File 4.98 MB -right click to download

The cry against the secularization of Christmas is decades long. But what about the removal of the sacramental nature of this feast and its implications?

12/07/2008 | Download File 6.03 MB -right click to download

In these current economic times, where should Orthodox Christians lay up their treasure? Clark continues his commentary examining property ownership, debt and the local cabinet maker.

11/03/2008 | Download File 4.88 MB -right click to download

Clark says an economic system that is built on debt and consumer spending is not only unworkable in the long run, it is fundamentally immoral. Find out why.

10/06/2008 | Download File 4.42 MB -right click to download

The title of today's episode begs the question: Do we mine the Scriptures and the Fathers to get information or food?

09/22/2008 | Download File 4.19 MB -right click to download

Wednesdays and Fridays are fast days for Orthodox Christians. But, why do we observe this and what spiritual benefit is there?

09/03/2008 | Download File 4.64 MB -right click to download

Clark wishes everyone a happy new (Church) year by exploring the importance of the Church cycle and the significance of the Theotokos.

08/15/2008 | Download File 4.47 MB -right click to download

Today Clark tackles another one of the many challenging topics submitted by our listeners - Universalism.

08/05/2008 | Download File 5.74 MB -right click to download

Thanks to everyone who sent in the many wonderful suggestions for topics. Clark is starting to tackle them with this commentary on a difficult and controversial subject.

07/26/2008 | Download File 4.72 MB -right click to download

A recent archeological discovery is in the news and Clark is more fascinated with the reactions of people than the discovery itself. Also, Clark is looking for topics and/or questions you would like for him to discuss on future podcasts. (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) // var


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