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2 days ago

Kostas Laskaridis

According to thy mercy, pour out upon me, who am miserable, at least one small drop of grace to make me understand and be converted, that I might make at least some small effort to correct myself. For if thy grace does not illumine my soul, I will not be able to see the carelessness and negligence that the passions have produced in me through my apathy and recklessness.

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5 days ago

Gregory Bistrita
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6 days ago

Peter Kalamatianos

WISDOM OF SIRACH ❤️
OLD TESTAMENT
CHAPTER 40

Life's Afflictions 💙

1 Hard work was created for every man
And a heavy yoke for the sons of Adam,
From the day they come forth from their mother's womb
until the day they return to the mother of all.†
2
The conception of things to come and the day of death
Trouble their thoughts and cause fear of heart
3
From the one sitting on a glorious throne
To the one humbled in earth and ashes,
4
From the one wearing purple and a crown
To the one clothed in burlap,
There is anger, envy, trouble, and unrest,
And fear of death and fury and strife.
5
When it is time for rest on his bed,
His night of sleep alters his knowledge.
6
He gets little or no rest, and afterward in his sleep,
As though on a day of watch,
He is troubled by the vision of his heart,
Like one who escapes from the face of battle.
7
In the exact time of need he awakes
And is amazed there was nothing to fear.
8
With all flesh, from man to animal,
And upon sinners seven times more, there will be:
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Death and bloodshed; strife and the sword;
Distresses and famine; and ruin and affliction.
10
All these things were created for the lawless,
And because of them the flood came.
11
Whatever comes from the earth returns to the earth,
And whatever comes from the waters returns to the sea.

The Wise and Unwise 💙

12
Every bribe and wrongdoing will be blotted out,
But faithfulness shall stand forever.†
13
The wealth of the unrighteous will dry up like a river
And sound forth and cease like great thunder in the rain.
14
A generous man will rejoice,
But transgressors will come to ruin.
15
The offspring of the ungodly shall not grow branches,
For they are unclean roots on a hard rock.
16
Weeds growing by any water or riverbank
Will be plucked out before any grass.
17
Grace is like a paradise in blessing,
And almsgiving endures forever.
18
The life of the self-reliant and the worker will be sweet,
But he who finds a treasure is better off than both.
19
Having children and building a city establish a name,
But a blameless wife is accounted better than both.†
20
Wine and music gladden the heart,
But love of wisdom is better than both.
21
The flute and harp give sweet melody,
But a pleasant tongue is better than both.
22
The eye will desire grace and beauty,
But the green shoots of grain are better than both.
23
A friend and companion meet at an appointed time,
But a wife meeting with her husband is better than both.
24
Brothers and help are for a time of affliction,
But almsgiving rescues better than both.†
25
Gold and silver will make the foot secure,
But counsel is esteemed more valuable than both.
26
Wealth and strength will lift up the heart,
But the fear of the Lord is better than both.
There is no loss in the fear of the Lord,
And with it there is no need to seek for help.
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The fear of the Lord is like a paradise of blessing
And covers a man better than any glory.†
28
My child, do not live the life of a beggar,
For it is better to die than to beg.
29
When a man looks at another's table,
He is living an irrational life.
For he will pollute his soul with another's food.
But a rational and educated man will guard himself against that.
30
Begging will be sweet in the mouth of a shameless man,
But in his belly a fire will be kindled.
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1 week ago

Peter Kalamatianos

One True Religion ☦️
No One is taking our Orthodox Faith
from US 💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙
ECUMENISTS ARE PAVING THE WAY
FOR THE ANTICHRIST!!!

Anything which denies the Orthodox Creed is paving the way for the antichrist, including:

1. Monophysitism (non-chalcedonians), 451 AD - which denies the Two Natures of the Hypostatic Union (Divine Nature & Human Nature):

DIVINE NATURE OF THE LORD
"One Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all ages, Light of Light, True God of True God, begotten, not made, being of *one essence with the Father* (Divine Nature)" - Nicene Constantinople Creed

HUMAN NATURE OF THE LORD
"and was incarnate of the Holy Spirit and the Virgin Mary, and *became man* (Human Nature)" - Nicene Constantinople Creed

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2. Islam, 7th century - which denies the Deity of the Lord (Divine Nature) and the Crucifixion, Death, and Resurrection of the Lord:

DIVINE NATURE OF THE LORD
"in One Lord Jesus Christ, the only-begotten Son of God, begotten of the Father before all ages, Light of Light, True God of True God, begotten, not made, being of one essence with the Father" - Nicene Constantinople Creed

CRUCIFIXION, DEATH, AND RESURRECTION OF THE LORD
"He was *crucified* for us under Pontius Pilate, and *suffered*, and was *buried*, and the third day He *rose again*, according to the Scriptures" - Nicene Constantinople Creed

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3. Papism, 1054 AD - whose heresy of the filioque denies the Father as the Ontological Source (outside of time) for the Hypostatis of the Holy Spirit:

ONTOLOGICAL PROCESSION OF THE HOLY SPIRIT FROM THE FATHER
"the Holy Spirit, the Lord and Giver of life, Who *proceedeth from the Father* " - Nicene Constantinople Creed

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4. Pan-Heresy of Ecumenism, 19th century - which denies the One Church (the Holy Orthodox Church) by falsely asserting that the heretic sects (papism / protestantism / monophysitism) also partake in the Mystical Body of Christ.

ONE CHURCH
"In *One* Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church" - Nicene Constantinople Creed.
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2 weeks ago

Radu Blebea

This group is suspending its activity. People may see why - see previous post in group. I believe Orthodoxy is going to a place i cannot go, and people cannot seem to care (except for the very few). They wish to see the earthy glory of Orthodoxy, they wish to see the Antichrist triumph. I cannot do that.

Please do not post any more. The group will remain active for future reference.

With this being said i may respond to private requests though.

Pray for me the sinner. Your in Christ, Radu

P.S. previous post:

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Dear brother Radu Blebea I pray that perhaps in time you will reconsider. This group is a true blessing and deals with subject matters of vital importance (subject matters which many others either dismiss or are unaware of) - this itself makes this one of the most important Orthodox groups on FB, in my opinion. Additionally this group is untainted by the censorship which is often found in other Orthodox FB groups. Please, dear brother, consider that one soul, just one is worth more than the entire cosmos! I am certain that many have been greatly aided by the content of this group; but even IF it was just one soul that was benefited - this itself would, in my opinion offer every justification to keep this group functioning as it has been. Btw, I am one soul that has been greatly benefited - so consequently benefit must be reaching many others also! Well, dear brother - I ask you to reconsider and if (or when) this happens - know you will cause much joy to me and I am sure many others. Please forgive me for everything and please continue your prayers for me a sinner.

Happy names day brother Gregory, it is here today, there only tomorrow. Many more fruitful years in Christ. Thank you for your kind words. I feared someone would say something like this and then I would have to make a fool of myself by just denying what i said previously. You have contributed to this group more than i have but your words brought tears to my eyes. If i will continue then it must be absolutely limited to this group. I don't have the strength to battle the world any more. I'll take a couple of weeks off though to gather some strength. May God bless you, the kind of touch you can have on souls through your kind words i have not seen very often. Pray for me the sinner. Your brother is Christ, radu

2 weeks ago

Radu Blebea
A question that i have seen asked frequently. In these times of great apostasy, where can one go, where is the true Church?

If i were to try to relate to you what Fr Seraphim Rose said about how we have to deal with all this, i would say do not be too concerned about what jurisdiction you may be in at the moment. Orthodoxy is an otherworldly thing. None of the jurisdictions today are 100% in truth, not even those on the other side - the old Calendarists. On one side (the official realm) we have the corruption of the church dogma, on the other the corruption of Christian love for the sake of super-correctness. The Father of the Prodigal Son did not deny his son for the sake of correctness, but hoped he would return out of love for him. There are men in the official churches who value the firmness and rejection of compromise of the old calendarists, and there are those of the old calendarists that appreciate the selflessness and sacrifice of those in the official churches still battling the ever increasing apostasy of their hierarchs.

Yes, there are true men of faith (including bishops), few it is true, but they exist in all jurisdictions (including the Old Calendarists) and they themselves struggle to preserve their own faith and love for the Truth intact.

What we may have to do is stay where we are for the time being (but find a nearby splinter, namly people opposing ecumenism) yet opposing the heresies of Ecumenism and Social Gospel by exposing them, while refraining to pick up that stone and raise it against our brothers on the other side. At some point this whole ecumenist charade is going to end and all we will have left is what we have done to save a little splinter and those on it, and not what we have done to sink it. The little splinters of the ark of salvation will come together again, but we must pray fervently for that.

Remember that “we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7)

If we preserve the correct faith we are in the Church, even if we are in the wrong jurisdiction. God looks at the state of the current situation and judges us with economy: where else can we go? There is chaff everywhere!

If you have a spiritual father hang onto him and rest assured that you have no direct obedience to a bishop but you do to your spiritual father. He can shield you from the false teachings coming from above as long he does not partake in the same wrong beliefs.

A question that i have seen asked frequently. In these times of great apostasy, where can one go, where is the true Church?

If i were to try to relate to you what Fr Seraphim Rose said about how we have to deal with all this, i would say do not be too concerned about what jurisdiction you may be in at the moment. Orthodoxy is an "otherworldly" thing. None of the jurisdictions today are 100% in truth, not even those on the other side - the old Calendarists. On one side (the official realm) we have the corruption of the church dogma, on the other the corruption of Christian love for the sake of super-correctness. The Father of the Prodigal Son did not deny his son for the sake of correctness, but hoped he would return out of love for him. There are men in the official churches who value the firmness and rejection of compromise of the old calendarists, and there are those of the old calendarists that appreciate the selflessness and sacrifice of those in the official churches still battling the ever increasing apostasy of their hierarchs.

Yes, there are true men of faith (including bishops), few it is true, but they exist in all jurisdictions (including the Old Calendarists) and they themselves struggle to preserve their own faith and love for the Truth intact.

What we may have to do is stay where we are for the time being (but find a nearby splinter, namly people opposing ecumenism) yet opposing the heresies of Ecumenism and Social Gospel by exposing them, while refraining to pick up that stone and raise it against our brothers on the other side. At some point this whole ecumenist charade is going to end and all we will have left is what we have done to save a little splinter and those on it, and not what we have done to sink it. The little splinters of the ark of salvation will come together again, but we must pray fervently for that.

Remember that “we walk by faith, not by sight” (2 Corinthians 5:7)

If we preserve the correct faith we are in the Church, even if we are in the "wrong jurisdiction". God looks at the state of the current situation and judges us with economy: where else can we go? There is chaff everywhere!

If you have a spiritual father hang onto him and rest assured that you have no direct obedience to a bishop but you do to your spiritual father. He can shield you from the false teachings coming from above as long he does not partake in the same wrong beliefs.
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2 weeks ago

Kostas Laskaridis

Nothing is more opposed to God than pride, for self-deification is concealed in it, its own nothingness or sin. Thus more than anything humility is acceptable to God, which considers itself nothing, and attributes all goodness, honor, and glory to God alone. Pride does not accept grace, because it is full of itself, while humility easily accepts grace, because it is free from itself, and from all that is created. God creates out of nothing. As long as we think that we can offer something of ourselves, He does not begin His work in us. Humility is the salt of virtue. As salt gives flavor to food, so humility gives perfection to virtue. Without salt, food goes bad easily, and without humility, virtue is easily spoiled by pride, vainglory, impatience - and it perishes. There is a humility which a man gains by his own struggles: knowing his own insufficiency, accusing himself for his failings, not allowing himself to judge others. And there is a humility into which God leads a man through the things that happen to him: allowing him to experience afflictions, humiliations, and deprivations.
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3 weeks ago

Radu Blebea

"they did this at the behest of the Communists to undermine the British empire" (i guess monarchy). He talks about how the Soviets were involved in the Bretton Wood's agreement to undermine the British empire and establish the US dollar as the world's currency ...

Some things do indeed never change ...
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There is a whole lot more in the interview in fact everything we have been saying is coming. What we at Ortodox Australia have been showing is how this interconnects with the Social Gospel agenda, trying to present this in an Ortodox context. Lord have mercy

www.linkedin.com/in/satoshi-nakamoto-35ab8935/ While nobody knows who "Satoshi Nakamoto" (inventor of bitcoin) is, here is a clue: he is also known as Benjamin Fulford 🙂 So next time you read articles written by "Benjamin Fulford", keep in mind who it may may be that actually write them and why :). It may not be a real person, but a whole agency ... The link will work only if you have a LinkedIn account ...

3 weeks ago

Gregory Bistrita
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And this is what occurs when people view the Church, not as the ark of salvation, but as some organization which is to be subservient to cultural, political, national, ecumenist and social agendasEcumenismul în Biserica Ortodoxă Rusă, Patriarhia Moscovei în perioada anilor 2016-2017. Super-MEMORANDUMUL în acţiune: - inovaţii în slujbele de cult, tendi... ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Clowns, not priests

Titus 3:10-11King James Version (KJV) 10 A man that is an heretick after the first and second admonition reject; 11 Knowing that he that is such is subverted, and sinneth, being condemned of himself.

3 weeks ago

Gregory Bistrita
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3 weeks ago

Andreas Pavlou
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3 weeks ago

Radu Blebea
Prophecy of St Seraphim of Sarov describing how GOLD will be a key component of the plan of bringing about an egalitarian utopia and the final kingdom of Antichrist. Please read my other posts (outside this group as well) to see how that is exactly what is being prepared as we speak (behind the scenes of course). The point about anarchy is self evident i believe and requires no further explanation  ...

Before the birth of the Antichrist an Eighth Ecumenical Council must be convened of all the Churches under the One Head, Christ and under the one Protecting Veil of the Mother of God [according to St. Nilus the myrrh-gusher: ‘a last and eighth Ecumenical Council to deal with the disputes of heretics and separate the wheat from the chaff’]. Its aim will be to unite and reunite all the holy Churches of Christ against the growing antichristian tendency under a single Head, Christ the Life-Giver, and under a single Protecting Veil of His Most Pure Mother, and to deliver to a final curse the whole of Masonry and all the parties similar to it (under whatever names they may appear), the leaders of whom have one common aim: under the pretext of complete egalitarian earthly prosperity, and with the aid of people who have been made fanatical by them, to create anarchy in all states and to destroy Christianity throughout the world, and, finally, by the power of gold concentrated in their hands, to subdue the whole world to antichristianity in the person of a single autocratic, God-fighting tsar – one king over the whole world

It is important to make two points, first is that the head of the Church that will remain faithful to Christ will be Christ Himself, and the Church will be under the protection of Mother of God. The second point is that St Seraphim calls the Antichrist a Tsar, this is important because he may resemble an Orthodox Tsar (or people may see him as such), but he shall not be a true one.

As for the Eighth ecumenical council, i made the argument on other occasions that the 1983 ROCOR synod (that condemned Ecumenism, which is the product of masonry, and all them that partake of it) bears all the resemblance to what St Seraphim spoke about, and another one may not be. It is is important to point out that other Holy Fathers spoke of the Eight council as the one of betrayal which also seems to have occurred in Crete. The distinction is really the context in which it is refered to.

http://thesobornost.org/2014/01/prophecies-about-russia/

Prophecy of St Seraphim of Sarov describing how GOLD will be a key component of the plan of bringing about an "egalitarian utopia" and the final kingdom of Antichrist. Please read my other posts (outside this group as well) to see how that is exactly what is being prepared as we speak (behind the scenes of course). The point about anarchy is self evident i believe and requires no further explanation ...

"Before the birth of the Antichrist an Eighth Ecumenical Council must be convened of all the Churches under the One Head, Christ and under the one Protecting Veil of the Mother of God [according to St. Nilus the myrrh-gusher: ‘a last and eighth Ecumenical Council to deal with the disputes of heretics and separate the wheat from the chaff’]. Its aim will be to unite and reunite all the holy Churches of Christ against the growing antichristian tendency under a single Head, Christ the Life-Giver, and under a single Protecting Veil of His Most Pure Mother, and to deliver to a final curse the whole of Masonry and all the parties similar to it (under whatever names they may appear), the leaders of whom have one common aim: under the pretext of complete egalitarian earthly prosperity, and with the aid of people who have been made fanatical by them, to create anarchy in all states and to destroy Christianity throughout the world, and, finally, by the power of gold concentrated in their hands, to subdue the whole world to antichristianity in the person of a single autocratic, God-fighting tsar – one king over the whole world"

It is important to make two points, first is that the head of the Church that will remain faithful to Christ will be Christ Himself, and the Church will be under the protection of Mother of God. The second point is that St Seraphim calls the Antichrist a "Tsar", this is important because he may resemble an Orthodox Tsar (or people may see him as such), but he shall not be a true one.

As for the Eighth ecumenical council, i made the argument on other occasions that the 1983 ROCOR synod (that condemned Ecumenism, which is the product of masonry, and all them that partake of it) bears all the resemblance to what St Seraphim spoke about, and another one may not be. It is is important to point out that other Holy Fathers spoke of the Eight council as the one of betrayal which also seems to have occurred in Crete. The distinction is really the context in which it is refered to.

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See my last comments on the Ethereum post in the group

4 weeks ago

Gregory Bistrita
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I have not listened to anything that has come closer to my heart in a long, long time

This is the only true meaning of podvig (spiritual struggle). There is no other meaning to it. So do not listen to anyone who may teach you that podvig may be something else!

4 weeks ago

Peter Kalamatianos

AS CHRISTIANS,
DEVOTION TO PRAYER
IS OF THE GREATEST IMPORTANCE
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4 weeks ago

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1 month ago

Kostas Laskaridis

If you pray truly, you will receive assurances of many things, and angels will come to you as they came to Daniel, and will enlighten you with understanding of causes, the wherefore of all things. "
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D0 look close at this picture. Then THINK!

4 weeks ago

Peter Kalamatianos

THE BOOK OF ISAIAH
Chapter 57
The Righteous Man is Christ.

1 See how the righteous man perishes, and no one takes it to heart. Righteous men are taken away, and no one notices it; and the righteous man is taken away from the presence of wrongdoing.†
2 His burial shall be in peace, for he was taken from the midst of it.
3 “But come here, you lawless sons, a seed of adulterers and of a prostitute.†
4 In whom did you delight? And against whom did you open your mouth? Against whom did you loosen your tongue? Are you not the children of destruction, a lawless seed?
5 You are those who call upon their idols under leafy trees and slay their children in the midst of the rocks.
6 That is your portion, this is your lot, for you poured out drink offerings to them, and to them you offered up sacrifices; therefore, shall I not be angry for these things?
7 On a high and lofty mountain, there was your bed, and there you carried up your sacrifices.
8 Also behind the posts of your door, you put your memorials. You supposed if you departed from Me, it would be a better thing. You loved those who slept with you,
9 and multiplied your fornication with them. You increased their number far away from you, and sent ambassadors beyond your borders. You turned aside and humbled yourselves, even to Hades.
10 You grew weary with many ways, but you did not say, ‘I will cease strengthening myself,’ for you practiced these things; therefore, you did not supplicate Me.
11 Whom did you respect and fear, so as to lie to Me, and not
remember Me, nor take Me into your
heart and mind?
So when I see you, I disregard you, for you do not fear Me.
12 And I will declare My righteousness, and your evils, which will not profit you.
13 When you cry out, let them deliver you in your tribulation, for wind and storm will take them and carry them all away. But those who hold fast to Me shall possess the land and inherit My holy mountain.
14 They shall say, ‘Cleanse the ways before His face, and take away the obstacles from the way of My people.’ †
15 The Lord, the Most High who dwells on high forever, the Holy One among His saints, whose name is the Lord Most High, who rests among His saints, and who gives patience to the fainthearted and life to the
broken hearted, says this:†
16 “I will not punish you forever, nor will I always be angry with you, for My Spirit shall go forth from Me, and I made every breath.
17 Because of sin for a time I grieved him, and struck him, and turned away My face from him; and he was grieved, and he went on sorrowful in his ways.
18 I saw his ways, and healed him; and I comforted him, and gave him true comfort.
19 There is peace upon peace to those far off and those near; and the Lord says, ‘I will heal them.’
20 But wrongdoers shall be tossed here and there by waves, and be unable to rest.
21 "There is no joy to the ungodly,” says the Lord God.
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4 weeks ago

Radu Blebea
Has anyone come across (in the writings of the Holy Fathers) a good explanation of whom the Nicholaitans (spoken of in the Book of Revelation) are? In the Book of Revelation the Lord accuses a few Churches of having compromised with these people. From my limited google searches i can come to some conclusion that they are the ones who are willing to make compromise in their Christian faith for the sake of social life, and are ready to make compromises with the spirit of the age in order to be socially assimilated by and/or on good terms with the larger population or (more importantly) the political Authority.

Apparently with regard to the etymology of Nikolaos - Greek nikē victory + laos people, it seems to hint to something related to the idea of the victory of the people, maybe democracy as we know it today, communism if i were to take it even further, and even the heresy of Social Gospel we see today  ...

Below is an interesting passage i found while googling for answers ...

Revelation 2:

15 So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes, which thing I hate.
16 Repent; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will fight against them with the sword of my mouth.

Has anyone come across (in the writings of the Holy Fathers) a good explanation of whom the Nicholaitans (spoken of in the Book of Revelation) are? In the Book of Revelation the Lord accuses a few Churches of having compromised with these people. From my limited google searches i can come to some conclusion that they are the ones who are willing to make compromise in their Christian faith for the sake of social life, and are ready to make compromises with the spirit of the age in order to be socially assimilated by and/or on good terms with the larger population or (more importantly) the political Authority.

Apparently with regard to the etymology of Nikolaos - Greek nikē "victory" + laos "people", it seems to hint to something related to the idea of "the victory of the people", maybe democracy as we know it today, communism if i were to take it even further, and even the heresy of Social Gospel we see today ...

Below is an interesting passage i found while googling for answers ...

Revelation 2:

15 So hast thou also them that hold the doctrine of the Nicolaitanes, which thing I hate.
16 Repent; or else I will come unto thee quickly, and will fight against them with the sword of my mouth.
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Elder Athanasios Mitilinaios speaks in a couple of places regarding the Nicholaitans. I skimmed through some of what he said and it seems they were gnostic heretics who were quite open to elements of idolatry and carnal sins. Interestingly the Elder does state, in addition to what you have rightly pointed our already: "Balaam in Hebrew means Nikolaos ... Nikolaos has 2 meanings; the first is the 'victory of the people'. The 2nd is the one who is 'victorious over the people'. So, Nikolaos with the 2nd meaning is the one who defeats and destroys the people. Balaam which means Nikolaos literally means the one who destroys the people of God, and these Balaamites, or Nicolaitans, are synonyms for those who destroy the people of God." He goes on to say that although this heresy dies not exist today - "those who imitate thee actions and methods of the Nicolaitans do exist."

I should add that both Elder Athanasios and Constantine Zalalas speak in many places regarding the issue of "altering the mission of the Church" and the "social gospel" heresy. I wish I knew (and remembered) exactly where all this particular information was found so I could collect all of it into one place for public presentation. However, it is mingled into a large multitude of talks which are only available in lecture (oral) form. It is now not like trying to find needles in haystacks.

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