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December 1, 2018

The Best of November 2018 by the Mystagogy Resource Center (MRC)

Below is the monthly review for the month of November of the ten most popular articles from the previous month on, then all the posts made on the other websites of the Mystagogy Resource Center.

1. Beware These Two Thoughts and Fear Them (St. Silouan the Athonite)

2. Confession of the Orthodox Faith (St. Gregory Palamas)

3. Saint Paisios the Athonite and the Clairvoyant Eldress Eulambia Romanides

4. Are You A Man or a Wild Beast? (St. John Chrysostom)

5. Orthodox Nativity Fast Resource Page

6. Two Old and Rare Icons of the Virgin Mary and Christ Child

7. How the West Came to Celebrate the Feast of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary

8. Did Eusebius Write About Saint Katherine in the Early Fourth Century?

9. Narration of the Vision of a Certain John Which is Altogether Beneficial

10. The Well of Docheiariou Monastery and the Archangels

1. Old Christian Virtues Gone Mad

1. The Unbelieving Physicist and a Miracle Above and Beyond the Laws of Nature

2. The Views of Orthodox Theology on Bioethical Issues (1 of 6)

1. Secular Politics and the Eschatological Vision of the Church

1. A Byzantine Nativity Icon that Depicts a Belief in Witchcraft and the Evil Eye

1. The Gurus, the Young Man and Elder Paisios (untranslated chapters - 4 of 4)

1. Questions and Answers 64 - 67

1. Book Review: "The Undead and Theology"