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.
- Fr. Sebeos Ghalachyan
After a doctor heals the body of a patient, he or she says at best: "Go and do not overindulge in such and such food or life style." While Jesus the Physician would say, "Your sins are forgiven, go and sin no more!" How to understand this if in both cases it is the body that is healed? Wasn't the healing of body in case of Jesus done for the healing of soul, and didn't Jesus solve the issue of soul by healing people's bodies?