In the Bible, dreams are a way God communicates with individuals, and dreams are also used to predict the future. In this episode, we’ll look at the importance of dreams in both the Old and New Testaments as well as the importance of dreams in early Christianity, and then we’ll talk about how and why dreams became unimportant in Christianity.
Meditation is not a widely-accepted practice in Christianity. In this episode, we examine the reasons for that and offer a suggestion for the practice of Christian Meditation.
It’s perfectly natural to want a personal connection with God and a personal experience of God in our own lives. Many Christians don’t have that though, because organized Christianity leads people to have a connection with church, not necessarily with God. To counter that, many people turn to spiritual disciplines in order to cultivate a personal connection with God.
A look at the Orthodox concept of Theosis, sharing in the nature of God. How the birth, death, resurrection, and ascension of Jesus changes human nature, and also how a response is required from each individual in order to realize the benefits of what God has done.