Tag Archives: Stephen Freeman

The Sacrifice of Ecumenism

Whether I agree or disagree with him, Fr. Stephen Freeman’s writing is always brilliant. His recent posts under the label “Un-Ecumenism” are no exception (found here, here, and here). Freeman argues that one of the effects of modernity is a … Continue reading

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Praying Twice: The Church’s One Foundation

As Fr. Stephen Freeman has so eloquently put it, “For human beings, the Church is what salvation looks like.” This is a frightening thought for some and a downright scandalous notion for others. There is a virulent strain of American … Continue reading

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A Church Shaped Salvation

Though it’s unpopular to say, it is nevertheless true that there is no salvation outside of the Catholic Church. The difficulty, of course, is unpacking what that means. Fr. Stephen Freeman, an Orthodox priest who was an Anglican once upon … Continue reading

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