A Greek, a Jew, and a Spaniard: Three Convicted Revolutionaries Meet in Antioch

A Greek, a Jew, and a Spaniard: Three Convicted Revolutionaries Meet in Antioch

Imagine, if you will, a chance meeting between three historically significant “revolutionary teachers” on the plains of ancient Antioch, and you have this whimsical account skillfully delivered by Demetrios J. Constantelos (as translated from the Greek by Sophia Demas). Those interested in the personalities of history and what they may have thought in relation to other figures and events will find this essay both entertaining and didactic.

To Bring Ecumenism Alive

To Bring Ecumenism Alive

One of the big tasks of any community should be to create groups and channels through which members can give of themselves in order to help others. Task forces work-days, ad hoc committees all should be available. Instead we often . . . raise money for somebody else...