Our Life in Christ and in America
Our Life in Christ and in America” is a bi-monthly program hosted by Bill Hinkle (Antiochian Archdiocese), former Minority Whip of the Washington State House of Representatives. The program seeks to examine our modern-day social and political problems through the lens of our Holy Orthodox Faith. What is our calling as Orthodox believers 21st century America? Join Bill as he brings on different guests to talk about both timely issues and fundamental problems. The program is available as a podcast and also on our Internet radio stations.
On Our Life in Christ and in America, join host Bill Hinkle as he speaks with Fr. Patrick O'Grady of St Peter the Apostle Antiochian Orthodox Church in Pomona, CA, about gay marriage, speaking with love to those who disagree with our Orthodox view of homosexuality, and the importance of remaining true to our Faith rather than political affiliations.
On "Our Life in Christ and in America," Fr. Johannes Jacobse has been a priest for twenty years. Born in Holland, he has a B.A. from the University of Minnesota, an M.Div. from St. Vladimir’s Seminary, studied the Greek language at the University of Thessaloniki, Greece, and is a fellow at the Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. He is married and has one daughter. He is the Director of the American Orthodox Institute, a research and education organization that is engaged in cultural issues and bringing the Orthodox moral tradition into the public square.
On "Our Life in Christ and in America," Bill Hinkle continues his conversation with the priest who introduced him and his family to the Orthodox faith back in 1999: Fr. George Livanos, the pastor of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church in Washington, PA.You won't want to miss this second half of their engaging discussion of politics and faith in America! In case you missed it, click here to watch Part 1.
"Our life in Christ and in America," hosted by Bill Hinkle, is a show that will address the common conflicts between our faith and the political life in America. So often we get pulled into waging battles that may not be part of our vocation as Orthodox Christians. All types of voices flood our ears, but what is our calling, and how do we balance our lives as Orthodox Christians and citizens of the freest country in the world? In the first episode, Bill speaks with the priest who introduced him and his family to the Orthodox faith back in 1999: Fr. George Livanos, the pastor of All Saints Greek Orthodox Church in Washington, PA.