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A Surprise Meeting
Tuesday 12:00, 22:00
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Akunk
Monday 14:00, 23:00
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Saturday 14:00
Armenian Composers and Performers
Wednesday 15:00
Thursday 02:00
Book of Proverbs
Friday 14:00, 23:00
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Book of Sirach
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Gandzasar Daily Program (Russian)
Tuesday 15:00
Wednesday 02:00
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Sunday 04:00
Great Ideas
Monday 19:00, 21:00
Tuesday 19:00, 21:00
History of My Church
Friday 19:00, 21:00
Saturday 19:00, 21:00
Sunday 19:00, 21:00
Hour of Tales
Wednesday 14:00, 23:00
Thursday 03:00
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Introduction to the Bible
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Saturday 03:00, 17:00
Mirror
Monday 02:00
Friday 15:00
Sunday 15:00
Pearls of Music Theater
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Friday 02։00
Psalm Book
Monday 15:00
Tuesday 02:00
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Selected Literary Works
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Friday 03:00
Saturday 13:00
Shades of Art
Wednesday 12:02, 22:00
Thursday 04:00
Saturday 10:00
Spiritual Discussions
Monday 12:02, 22:00
Tuesday 04:00
Sunday 10:00
Spiritual Discussions On Synoptic Gospels
Saturday 12:00, 22:00
Sunday 03:00, 23:00
Voskeporik
Tuesday 14։00, 23:00
Wednesday 03։00
Saturday 16:00
World Classical Music
Thursday 12:00, 22:00
Friday 04:00
Sunday 22:00
World View
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Spiritual Discussions

An investigation into central fundamental issues such as the meaning of life, our calling, the search for truth, the choice of the spiritual way. Additionally, we investigate other themes such as dogmatic purity and the recognition of one’s own tradition. All these and more are discussed by the participants of Spiritual Discussions.
What are the Church’s responses to these challenging questions? What is the relationship between the spiritual and material aspects of life? Is it possible to reach perfection in this life? How does one carry out the commandments of Christianity? What should be our attitude towards various sects? How should we protect our children and ourselves from “spiritual deformations”? Thorough responses and discussions to these questions and other important issues will be heard in Spiritual Discussions.

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13 June Do Not Judge that You May Not be Judged by God
  • Fr. Smbat Sargsyan

Why is it so easy to judge another person,  not forgive and not tolerate others, while the opposite actions are often achieved as a result of great hardship and spiritual efforts? Why are many people more afraid of the judgment of the people than of God? On the other hand, we are afraid to show others their mistakes, saying: Who am I to judge them? Doesn't this take us to the other extreme?

 

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11 June Where is the Church?
  • Fr. Mikayel Nurijanyan

In order to understand where the Church is and where it should be, perhaps it is necessary to first ask what or who the Church is. Why is this question asked mainly by those who do not go to church and do not take part in community life and Divine Liturgies? Why do they criticize the Church? Where is actually the Church, and where not to look for her?

 

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06 June Nor Effeminate, Nor Abusers of Themselves with Men...
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

Why does the Bible consider homosexuality as one of unnatural passions? Why do many Protestant denominations today interpret the history of Sodom and Gomorrah differently with its cause-and-effect relations? Why does the Western world that is based on Christian civilization accept homosexuality with open arms nowadays, considering it a choice of human will? How to live and raise children in a world that establishes such rights?

 

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30 May The Pouring out of the Holy Spirit (Part 2)
  • Fr. Smbat Sargsyan

Why did the descent of the Holy Spirit happen after the Lord's ascension, and why did the Lord inform about that beforehand? How did the Holy Spirit pour out? Did He pour out only on the apostles, and what did that pouring give the apostles?

 

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23 May The Pouring out of the Holy Spirit (Part 1)
  • Fr. Smbat Sargsyan

Why did the descent of the Holy Spirit happen after the Lord's ascension, and why did the Lord inform about that beforehand? How did the Holy Spirit pour out? Did He pour out only on the apostles, and what did that pouring give the apostles?

 

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16 May The Important and Unimportant From the Spiritual Point of View
  • Fr. Smbat Sargsyan

Who is the person living a spiritual life? What is important in the spiritual life? What loses its importance through spiritual glasses? What does a human deem important in life when he or she has not yet found God and after finding Him? How to distinguish important things from unimportant ones?

 

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09 May By God's Will or His Permission?
  • Fr. Ghazar Petrosyan

It's a well-known  notion that not everything happens by God's will but everything happens by His permission. How to understand this? Isn't permission an action that follows will? How to recognize the Lord's blessed will, which is entirely good, and His permitting will, which can act because of respecting the human free will?

 

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07 May Christ, the Prince of Peace
  • Fr. Dajad Davidian

What does external peace give to the world and does it suffice? What is the difference between external and internal peaces? Why was Christ called the Prince of Peace while Satan, the prince of this world? Does this mean that the domain of the prince of this world can't hold the true peace? We know what wars cost and what price we pay for them; what is then the price of peace?

 

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02 May My yoke is easy and My burden is light
  • Reader Khachik Vardanyan

On the one hand, the Lord says: "Come to Me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest," and on the other hand He says, "Take My yoke on you." How to understand this? What do the words "yoke" and "burden" mean here? How to share Christ's burden and yoke?

 

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25 April In the Beginning was the Word
  • Reader Karen Hovsepyan

What's the reason for using the words Word and Logos interchangeably for Christ in different texts? How to understand the Beginning if it's about the Uncreated One with no beginning? How to live in the Word of the Lord or in God the Word?

 

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23 April How to Find God

There have been events in the life of each of us that have been like a miracle. But this hasn't been a prerequisite for all to believe in God's existence and turn to the Lord. How can different occasions and circumstances result in worship of the same God? How does the life of the human who has found God differ from the life of someone who hasn't found Him?

 

  • Fr. Dajad Davidian
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18 April You Are a Rock and on this Rock I Shall Build My Church
  • Fr. Dajad Davidian

Why did Jesus give so much importance to Peter's confession of faith? Why did He say that it wasn't body and blood that revealed it to him but only the heavenly Father? On the one hand, it is Christ that is called a rock in Isaiah's Prophesy, and on the other hand the Lord calls Peter a rock. How to understand this? Shouldn't each Christian be like a rock on which God's living Church, both the triumphant and the militant, has been built and continues to be built?

 

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16 April Lord, to whom shall we go; You have words of eternal life

Every day we pronounce words but how many of our words in a day concern eternal things? Why are we so attached to earthly and temporary things? Can anything that is not for the eternal life, is not eternal, be a value in reality? Can we create eternal values in the little steps of our everyday life?

  • Fr. Mikayel Nurijanyan
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11 April Anyone who loves their father or mother more than Me is not worthy of Me
  • Fr. Dajad Davidian

Why does the Lord present, on the one hand, His real brothers and sisters, and on the other hand says that anyone who loves their family members more than Him is not worthy of Him? Is it possible that these words are about hermits and monks? Maybe they are about our attachments? And how can loving be more or less; can love be measured?

 

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04 April Fruits of the Resurrection
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

What did the fact of the Resurrection of Christ give humanity? Aren't the true Christians the fruits of that Resurrection? In our daily mortal life, how can we profit from the fruits of the Lord's Resurrection? In which case will the Resurrection as a permit to eternal life bypass humans?

 

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02 April He who is faithful in a very little thing is faithful also in much
  • Fr. Hovsep Sargsyan

How to recognize the little and the big, and what is faithfulness in a very little thing? The theme of the "little human" has been discussed since the beginning of the last century. Modern humans have become even smaller in their everyday tasks. Today, people more speak of the factor of social groups than of individuals. Isn't the art of little steps predominantly the issue of modern humans? How to persevere in the faithfulness in little things?

 

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28 March Lessons of the Holy Week
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

The Holy Week that is also called a week of passions is full of events that bring the earthly works of the economy of our Lord Jesus Christ to accomplishment. This is a week full of awe-inspiring mysteries. What spiritual lessons should Christians learn from this week that ends Lent and brings the good tidings of the Resurrection?

 

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21 March Phenomenon of St. Gregory the Enlightener (Part 2)
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

What phenomenon is the Enlightener as a person, patriarch and Christian? Why did he choose to serve God exactly where his martyrdom was inevitable? What was the reason that after the bloodless martyrdom of 14 years he was so humble that did not consecrate any church until he got the right for consecration? Why did he give priority to spiritual healing rather than bodily healing in the process of Christianization of the whole nation?

 

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14 March Phenomenon of St. Gregory the Enlightener
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

What phenomenon is the Enlightener as a person, patriarch and Christian? Why did he choose to serve God exactly where his martyrdom was inevitable? What was the reason that after the bloodless martyrdom of 14 years he was so humble that did not consecrate any church until he got the right for consecration? Why did he give priority to spiritual healing rather than bodily healing in the process of Christianization of the whole nation?

 

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07 March He Willed It, Commanded, and It Happened
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

We can see the Holy Spirit's presence during the creation when He willed that the creation would come to existence, commanded, and it happened. Isn't the human being, who has been created in the image and likeness of God, also tripartite in this sense? What to do so that humans speak what they want and that they do what they say? And what to do so that humans may want, speak and do only good things?

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28 February Free Will - Part II
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

Many think that God deprived humans from the free will when He put a prohibition in the Paradise. Is this conclusion correct? So freedom was given to humans to choose between good and evil. But was there an alternative to this? Many people say they live according to their understanding, not according to God or evil. Is there a third way, which means there are many ways and, consequently, many choices? Today is the Sunday of Expulsion of Lent. If we didn't have the possibility to implement free will, would the expulsion be justified as a result of a wrong deed?

 

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21 February Free Will - Part I
  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

Many think that God deprived humans from the free will when He put a prohibition in the Paradise. Is this conclusion correct? So freedom was given to humans to choose between good and evil. But was there an alternative to this? Many people say they live according to their understanding, not according to God or evil. Is there a third way, which means there are many ways and, consequently, many choices? Today is the Sunday of Expulsion of Lent. If we didn't have the possibility to implement free will, would the expulsion be justified as a result of a wrong deed?

 

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19 February You Will Have Trouble
  • Fr. Dajad Davidian

What does Jesus call "trouble"? How to follow someone who doesn't promise welfare, comfort, glory and honor, but says that we will have trouble and that the door is narrow?

 

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14 February Thanksgiving
  • Fr. Dajad Davidian

What is thanksgiving and why does it go in parallel with glorifying? In the episode of the multiplication of loaves, we see how Jesus Himself gave thanks to the Father and it was followed by the multiplication of loaves. Does this mean that when we give thanks for what we have, the Lord multiplies it? Why isn't the contemporary human thankful?

 

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