Below are podcasts from St. Vladimir's Seminary faculty and staff.
|September 3, 2010||
St. Vladimir’s Seminary Bookstore
Fr. Chad interviews Greg Hatrak, the new bookstore manager at St. Vladimir's Seminary, about some exciting new developments in the school's publishing division.
Voices From St Vladimir’s Seminary
Presenting engaging conversation with leaders and students on contemporary issues of importance in the Orthodox Church
|August 23, 2010||
A Vision of Unity
Fr. Thomas Hopko gives one Orthodox Christian's understanding of unity.
|August 16, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 17: The Final Chapter
In this final installment in his Darwin and Christianity series, Fr. Tom Hopko compares the task and method of natural science with the task and method of Christian theology.
|August 10, 2010||
Dormition of the Theotokos
On August 15, the Church celebrates the Dormition of the Mother of God. Fr.Tom explores the theology associated with this Feast and the implications on our own resurrection.
|August 9, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 16: Faith and Knowledge, Reason and Revelation
This is the next to last episode in the Darwin series.
|August 2, 2010||
Transfiguration - The Center of the Evangelical Narrative
On August 6, we will celebrate the Transfiguration of our Lord and Fr. Thomas Hopko helps us understand the pivotal nature of this event in Christian history.
|July 24, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 15: Nature and Super-nature
As Fr. Tom gets close to the end of his series on Darwin and Christianity, he reflects on the terms and concepts of nature and super-nature.
|July 17, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 14: Meditation on Miracles
What are some of the misunderstandings and misgivings about miracles and how does that relate to natural science and Christian theology?
|July 3, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 13: God and Creation
Fr. Tom continues his series on Darwin and Christianity with some musings on God and Creation.
|June 19, 2010||
Darwin and Christianity - Part 12: The Soul
How do you describe the distinction between human beings and animals? Is it the soul or is it something else altogether?