Challenging the Progressive Captivity of Orthodoxy

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Fabio Leite:
This is just too awesome!

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As iron sharpens iron, says the book of Proverbs, so a man sharpens the countenance of his friend. Remember that advice as the conference on poverty begins on May 31, 2013 at St. Vladimir’s Seminary. The conference is led by the Acton Institute, arguably one of the most influential think tanks on religion and economics in the English speaking world. The conference is sponsored by the Zarras Foundation in honor of the late Dn. John Zarras, a devoted churchman, successful businessman, and member of the St. Vladimir’s Board of Trustees.

Speakers at the conference include Jay Richards, author of Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem and Senior Fellow at the Discovery Institute; Michael Matheson Miller, Acton Institute Research Fellow; and a Trustee of the Seminary, The Rev. Dr. Philip LeMasters, professor of Religion and Dean of the School of Social Sciences and Religion, McMurry University.
Rounding out a concluding panel discussion with the above speakers will be Dr. Antionios Kiriopoulos, SVOTS alumnus and officer in the National Council of Churches, along with SVOTS Trustee Dr. Nicholas Pandelidis and Subdeacon Paul Abernathy, local director of FOCUS North America, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, representing FOCUS North America.

http://www.aoiusa.org/blog/svs-poverty-conference-challenges-progressive-economic-ideas/
http://www.aoiusa.org/blog/acton-svs-poverty-conference-sure-to-spark-some-fireworks/
http://www.aoiusa.org/blog/jacobse-the-progressive-captivity-of-orthodox-churches-in-america/
http://sites.fastspring.com/acton/product/actonuniversity2013

Rufus:
Can't wait for this thread to become excellent.

Please let it find some way not to get moved to politics.

Deep Roots:
Hahahahahaha

Hahahahaha

Hold on, hold on...

Bwahahahahahaha

augustin717:
Can't believe SVOTS is as desperate as to allow such mindless drivel be published under their auspices

Mor Ephrem:
Don't be shy, tell us how you really feel...

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