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The Magazine: the sounds of silence

Yet the reality is, it’s made me realize that we define “silence” as, “The absence of human-created sound.” We become accustomed to the sounds, not only of our own voices, but the voices of the things we have created

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The Magazine: The discipline of giving to those who ask

Giving to her reminds me that I am a con-artist too. I may hide it better, but we are all at least a little bit dishonest about ourselves. It reminds me that I am a poor sinner, just like everybody else. I may not need money, but I am as needy and poor as anybody else, thank God.

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The Magazine: An Orthodox view on the tithe

by John G. Panagiotou

This article originally appeared on the website of the Orthodox Institute of America

“Where your treasure is there will your heart be also.”  These words of Jesus have resonated within the hearts of people for two thousand years. What was Jesus talking about? What do Jesus, the Bible, and the Church Fathers have to say about tithing and giving to God?

The Scriptures have no less than 2,350 verses having to do with money and money management. Jesus speaks […]

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