Fr. Tom continues his discussion, this time focusing on the Divine Attributes of God.
Fr. Thomas begins a four-part series on naming God and the language and words we use in the process.
Fr. Thomas explains the two ways the Holy Trinity are depicted in icons.
Fr. Thomas examines the Holy Trinity, which leads to the answer to Christ's question, "Who do you say I am?"
Fr. Thomas shows how, despite his persecution of the early Church, St. Paul was indeed an Apostle-- by having seen the risen Lord and through his suffering.
Fr. Thomas discusses "the rock" upon whom Christ built His Church and St. Peter's role in that early Church.
With the Apostles' fast at hand, Fr. Thomas reflects on the practice and rules for fasting.
Fr. Thomas shows how we are all called to be Saints and examines the many different kinds of Saints.
The day after Pentecost is the Feast of the Holy Spirit in the Orthodox Church and Fr. Thomas uses it to examine more closely the "Spirit who proceeds from the Father."
Fr. Thomas looks at the roots of Pentecost-- the coming of the Spirit-- in Old Testament worship.