OUR THIRD ANNIVERSARY!

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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:

Top 10 Guest Articles

10.

 Evolution and the Fall

Christopher Howell

9.

Continuing the Conversation: A Response to Father Aaron Warwick

An American LGBTQ Christian

8.

The Prodigal Church

Luke Beecham

7.

From the Netherlands: Responding to Father Aaron Warwick and Father Seraphim Holland

Monica Spoor

6.

In Support of Father Aaron Warwick: Open Letter to Metropolitan Joseph

Deacon Gary and Melissa Braun

5.

Review: A Silent Patriarch: Kyrillos VI, Life and Legacy

Bavly Kost

4.

Happy Pride? Orthodoxy, Orthodouchey, and the Church’s War on LGBTQI People

Luke Beecham

3.

Faith in a Time of Pandemic: Why Are We Sitting Here?

Metropolitan Alexander (Gianniris) of Nigeria

2.

An Open Letter to Metropolitan Joseph: Stop. Trenham. Now.

A Clergyman of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese

1.

Pastoring LGBTQ Individuals in the Orthodox Church

Priest Aaron Warwick

Top 10 Articles without a Byline

10.

On Josiah Trenham: Last & Final Email to Englewood

9.

Do Black Lives Matter? Our Bishops Respond

8.

Leaked: Secret Directive to the Clergy of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese

7.

On Josiah Trenham: Why the Deafening Silence from Metropolitan Joseph?

6.

Father Josiah Trenham and the Southern Poverty Law Center

5.

The Muscovite Schism Lurches toward Outright Heresy: Moscow to Enter into Communion with the Coptic Church?

4.

Archbishop Alexander (Golitzin) Issues Warning against Father Peter Heers’ “Orthodox Ethos” Website

3.

Editorial: The “Morality” of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese?

2.

“You Are Not Worthy. Not Now. Not Ever.” Some Positive Movement on the Josiah Trenham File

1.

“The Good Wife” According to Father Josiah Trenham: Does Metropolitan Joseph Approve?

Top 10 Articles by Giacomo Sanfilippo

10.

Father John Whiteford’s Appalling Ignorance and Pastoral Malfeasance

9.

Father Seraphim (Aldea)

8.

Orthodoxy, Sissies, and the Performance of Masculinity: Part One

7.

The Joy of Same-Sex Love: A Response to Father Aaron Warwick (and Bridging Voices)

6.

From the Fathers: The Kingdom of Heaven Is Like…Two Men in Bed Together?

5.

Review: That All Shall Be Saved: Heaven, Hell, and Universal Salvation 

4.

Anglicanism, Christian Unity, and Same-Sex Love: Responding to Catherine Sider Hamilton and Ephraim Radner

3.

Suddenly I’m Afraid

2.

Dialogue at Last? Metropolitan Nathanael on Same-Sex Orientation

1.

On “Orthodox” Wife-Beating

Special Mention

Eric J. Iliff: In Memoriam

Letters to the Editors

Publishers’ Picks

Maiden Article ~ August 22, 2017

The State of Orthodox Theology Today.

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