Abba Seraphim: Alter Orbis: British Christianity & the Roman Imperium

britishorthodox.org Abba Seraphim was among a number of distinguished speakers at a day conference entitled, “Britain and the Early Church. Exploring the origins of British Christianity”, presented under the auspices of the Fellowship of Saint Alban & St. Sergius. The lectures were held at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Southampton in 14 July. A number of Orthodox jurisdictions were represented: Father Chrysostom MacDonnell (Antiochian Orthodox Deanery) spoke on “After the Romans Left”, tracing the cultural and religious growth of the Insular Church; Father John Nankivell (Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Thyateira) led a discussion exposing the ‘myth’ of Celtic Christianity whilst Father Andrew Phillips (Russian Orthodox Church outside of Russia) gave an extensive historical overview in “The Saints of the Isles and the Isles of the Saints.” Academic contributions were made by Professor Paul Cavill of the University of Nottingham, who spoke on the “Veneration of the Cross in England” from its Constantinian origins; whilst Professor Michelle Brown of the University of London highlighted many exciting discoveries about cross-cultural links from ancient manuscripts. Abba Seraphim concluded with a talk, “Alter Orbis: British Christianity & the Roman Imperium.” In his welcome to those attending, Father Stephen Platt, General Secretary of the Fellowship, commended Angelos Stanway, who had planned and organised the day single-handedly. Members of the British Orthodox Parish

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Disturbing Reports on Marginalisation of Christians in the UK

Premier Christian Radio’s Report on the Marginalisation of Christianity in British Public Life 2007-2011: www.premier.org.uk The Christian Institute’s Report on Marginalising Christians: Instances of Christians being sidelined in modern Britain: www.christian.org.uk The Christian Institute (home): www.christian.org.uk Premier Christian Radio (home): www.premier.org.uk Open Doors - The latest news on the persecuted Church worldwide: www.opendoorsusa.org www.opendoorsuk.org Good things Christians have done in society: christiangoodinsociety.blogspot.com

Documentary on the Marginalisation of Christians in the UK

Clear examples of marginilisation of Christians in the UK. Christians are inceasingly being sidelined and having their freedom of speech and freedom of religious conscience threatened. This is a non-Christian documentary documenting many examples of this disturbing pattern. Please share this in the hope that it will open people’s eyes. If you are a Christian living in the UK and you are concerned about the rights of Christians be sure to visit The Christian Institute (www.christian.org.uk and get on their mailing list. They will inform you of the latest news and let you know how you can take action. See also Christian Concern for another Christian organisation fighting for Christian rights: www.christianconcern.com

Does Christianity Have a Future? (Clips)

Clips from the documentary ‘Does Christianity Have a Future?’ - BBC1 17 April 2011 - With journalist Johann Hari and former Liberal Democrat MP Dr Evan Harris According to some, Christianity in the UK has no future. Closure of churches and falling attendances in the last few decades appear to show that the Christian faith is in terminal decline. Ann Widdecombe examines the evidence, and discovers at least three areas of Christian growth which are bucking the trend - immigration into the Catholic Church, the Alpha course and the Black Pentecostalist Churches. But even if these do arrest the decline, what about the very long term? Can Christianity survive in a world in which the young seem even less interested in Christianity than their parents? And in such a world, how is it possible to justify an established Church of England and all its privileges?

The funeral of the Coptic Christian Martyrs of Alexandria in St.Minas Monastery

Bomb hits in Saints Coptic Orthodox Church at New Year Liturgy 1-1-2011. At least 25 reported to be Dead 1-1-2011: Cairo: A car exploded in front of a Coptic Christian church as worshippers emerged from a New Year’s Mass in the Egyptian city of Alexandria early Saturday, killing at least 25 Christian Coptic people, officials said. After the blast, enraged Christians emerging from the church clashed with police and stormed a nearby mosque, prompting fights and volleys of stone throwing with Muslims, police and witnesses said — a sign of the sectarian anger that has been arising with greater frequency in Egypt. Nearly 1000 Christians were attending Divine Liturgy at the Saints Church in the Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, said a priest at the church, Father Mena Adel. The service had just ended, and worshippers were leaving the building when the blast went off, about a half-hour after midnight. “I was inside the church and heard a huge explosion,” Adel told The Associated Press. “People’s bodies were in flames.” The blast came from a car parked outside the church, but police said they were still investigating whether the car had been rigged with explosives or if a bomb had been placed under it. Witnesses reported seeing the charred chassis of the destroyed car, with the remains of several bodies nearby and dozens wounded. The Interior Ministry said in a statement that seven people were killed and 24 wounded. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the

The Path of Spiritual Life

Simple concise like a ray of Sun. A Sikh master Bhai Sahib Mohinder Singh Ji interview. who is the spiritual successor and chairperson of Guru Nanak Nishkam Sewak Jatha (UK).

Sadhana & Spiritual Practice - Mooji - London

Satsang Topics with Mooji : sadhana This clip is about sadhana /spiritual practices Now Subtitles in Hebrew tags mooji Self awakening self enquiry sadhana spirituality meditation atman advaita vedanta god satsang sri non-duality ramana poonja papaji nisargadatta enlightenment truth life free freedom awareness wisdom om quest buddha love london brixton uk subtitle hebrew ivrit

21st Century Britain: Islam or Christianity?

Which Faith is More Relevant for the 21st Century, Islam or Christianity? Are Christian values Still Relevant Today? Is religious faith still relevant? On Friday July 4th 2008, Muslim Apologists Abdullah al Andalusi and Adnan Rashid and Christian Apologists Dr. James White and Beth Grove engaged in debate on Premier Christian radio show ” Unbelievable? ” in UK on the topic of Which Faith is More Relevant for the 21st Century, Islam or Christianity? Representing the Muslim perspective was Hamzah Andreas Tzortzis, Brother Hamzah a revert to Islam is an international lecturer, public speaker, freelance writer, author, and activist. He is particularly interested in issues related to Islam, Philosophy and Politics. He has debated prominent academics, intellectuals and public speakers. Hamza writes and speaks about issues related to belief, politics, spirituality, philosophy, ideology and more. -Brother Adnan Rashid a public speaker, debater and activist. He is presently studying history at university of London. He specializes in the history of Islamic civilization, Sciences, numismatics, ancient manuscript and antiques. He is a public speaker with an experience of delivering presentations on Islamic topics in a number of universities. Adnan Rashid comes from a family of renowned scholars of Islam: his great grandfarher ( Shiekh Minhajuddin Bin Sirajuddin ). He has also publicly debated a host of Christian clergy. He is presently serving as a khateeb for HMYA ( Harrow Muslim