Ancient Faith Radio goes live!

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What is Ancient Faith Today?

Ancient Faith Today is what Ancient Faith Radio and Orthodox Internet radio have been missing — a live inter-active conversation program. Now that void has been filled! Ancient Faith Today streams live, with call-ins from around the world, twice a month on Sunday nights at 5:00pm Pacific/7:00pm Central/8:00pm Eastern on Ancient Faith Radio Talk.

Topics cover all of life through the lens of Scripture and the teaching and canonical tradition of the Holy Orthodox Church. Ancient Faith Today’s host Kevin Allen talks with knowledgeable guests about social issues, global events, politics as they affect matters of faith (from a non-partisan perspective), war and peace, aging, death and life, church affairs, inter-faith affairs, current events, journeys to faith and Orthodoxy, theology and apologetics, cults, atheism, the paranormal, the New Age movement and Eastern religion. More than just “talk radio”, Ancient Faith Today is Orthodox Christianity’s platform for illumining and informative conversation about subjects that matter, with people who care.

There is no other live (streaming) call-in show with an Orthodox Christian perspective on television, radio or Internet radio!

Kevin Allen was the host of Ancient Faith Radio’s popular award-winning program “The Illumined Heart.” Kevin draws upon his unique faith background to host this fascinating, engaging and spiritually constructive program with guests you should know!

Program Schedule

April 22: The “New Atheists” and their claims
(Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett,
Sam Harris and Christopher Hitchens)

Guests: Father Hans Jacobse (Antiochian), President of American Orthodox Institute, and Dr. John Mark Reynolds, philosopher, author (editor: Three Views of Creation and Evolution), and Director
of the Torrey Honors Institute of Biola University

May 6: Demons, exorcism, and the paranormal

Guest: Father George Aquaro (Antiochian Orthodox priest), who has done advanced training as an exorcist

May 20: Same-sex attraction: An Orthodox perspective

Guests: Dr. Philip Mamalakis and Andrew Williams,
the creators and facilitators of “Finding the freedom to live in the image of God,” a new therapeutic program based on Orthodox principles for sexual addictions and sex-related issues.

June 3: “I’m ‘spiritual’ but not ‘religious’”
Spirituality in the 21st century
and Orthodox spirituality

Guest: Father Daniel Rogich (PhD), author of the book, Becoming Uncreated: The Journey to Human Authenticity

June 17: Same-sex marriage: Separation of church-state issue, or a moral problem we must oppose?

Guests: Father John Whiteford (ROCOR) and David Dunne, PhD, author of the Huffington Post blogpost, “Gay marriage: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective”

July 8: Spiritually-minded Eating

Guest: Rita Madden, Diet and Nutrition Expert

All these live shows will be available for download as podcasts on Ancient Faith Radio. Please check frequently for the schedule of upcoming shows.


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