Adriel Sanchez

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As a Reformed Protestant who enjoys reading the Eastern Fathers and dialoguing with Orthodox friends, I was glad to hear about the publication of On the Tree of the Cross some years ago. The book is a compilation of articles that focus on the atonement of Jesus Christ. It aims at putting forward a positive […]

Adriel Sanchez
Friday, November 13th 2020

The strange and difficult time we find ourselves in is exacerbated by our inability to gather for worship. If you are a Christian, you should feel the absence of something significant. Not only have we lost the joy of Christian community through fellowship with the ecclesial body; we are also missing the gift of Christ’s […]

Adriel Sanchez
Tuesday, April 21st 2020

I have had several close friends convert to Orthodoxy over the years, and they’re always excited to talk about their transition. “Come and see,” said one friend, smiling. “The iconography, the vestments, the beauty!” It’s not just the visual engagement. There is also an ancient stimulation of the other senses—the smells, the chanting, all of […]

Adriel Sanchez
Monday, January 1st 2018

“Modern Reformation has championed confessional Reformation theology in an anti-confessional and anti-theological age.”

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