Today Orthodoxy in Dialogue turns three years old, with 867 articles and close to 610,000 views from virtually every country on the planet. Arguably we have become the world’s most popular independent Orthodox blog and main facilitator of Orthodox dialogue on sexuality and gender. This would not have been possible without our faithful readers, writers, patrons, and supporters among the laity, clergy, and hierarchy of the Orthodox Church and our countless friends from other Christian and religious traditions. Our most sincere thanks to all of you!
We share with you some of the highlights of the past year:
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