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Armenian Composers and Performers
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Armenian Masters of Landscape Painting
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Armenian Monasteries and Sanctuaries
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Mirror
Tuesday 16:00, 23։00
New Books
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Spiritual Discussions On Synoptic Gospels
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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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04 January About the Praise of St. Ephrem the Syrian on the Holy Nativity

"Today, in this barren month, we were sent the Fruit of Life from Heaven.
In this month, when there is no grape in gardens, the Virgin Vine granted us the Cluster of her womb.
In this month, when the leaves of the trees fall down, the leaves of Adam turned into a luminous garment."
So writes St. Ephrem the Syrian in his praise on the Holy Nativity. How to understand the meaning of each of these lines? This is discussed in our today's broadcast.

  • Fr. Ghazar Petrosyan
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28 December The Enemies of Christians

Who and what can be Christians' enemies? Are the Christ's enemies and those of Christians the same? How to love the enemies, pray for them, and bless them? Won't Christians' correct attitude toward those surrounding them transform each seeming enemy into a friend?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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21 December Dreams in the Bible (Part II)

How to understand that, on the one hand, the Bible warns: "Who believes in dreams is like someone who tries to catch a shadow and chase after a wind" (cf. Sirach 34:1-3), while on the other hand that same book gives us many examples of dreams through which the Lord delivers an important message or prophecy to His people or individuals? What conclusion based on these examples can be drawn about when dreams can be from God?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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19 December What Happens When Sin Gets into the Heart

What happens to humans when they sin and linger in this state? How did the dwellers of the Paradise, Adam and Eve, fall into sin, and then what happened to their souls? Why is sin sweet to the sinner's taste like the forbidden fruit? To what state can unrepented sins bring the person? Why does sin open the door for new sins?

  • Deacon Armen Hareyan
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14 December Dreams in the Bible (Part I)

How to understand that, on the one hand, the Bible warns: "Who believes in dreams is like someone who tries to catch a shadow and chase after a wind" (cf. Sirach 34:1-3), while on the other hand that same book gives us many examples of dreams through which the Lord delivers an important message or prophecy to His people or individuals? What conclusion based on these examples can be drawn about when dreams can be from God?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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12 December Why Did Jesus Speak in Parables

Why did the Lord speak in parables with crowds, when with His disciples He spoke more openly? Speaking in parables was peculiar to the ancient world; it was an ancient civilizational method. What was the efficiency of that method? Is speaking in parables also usable today as an efficient pedagogical method and preaching trick?

  • Fr. Smbat Sargsyan

 

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07 December Faith and Creed (Part VI)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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30 November Faith and Creed (Part V)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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23 November Faith and Creed (Part IV)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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16 November Faith and Creed (Part III)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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09 November Faith and Creed (Part II)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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02 November Faith and Creed (Part I)

The Bible attaches a great importance to the factor of faith. Wasn't that the reason that faith was changed into a dogmatic value and was formulated as a Creed at the Nicene Ecumenical Council? How does that Creed, which is recited by the faithful during each Divine Liturgy, define the Christian faith in God? Why is it important what we believe in and what we don't believe in? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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26 October Why Does God Give Importance to Faith?

What is faith according to the Bible? Why is faith in God emphasized constantly in both Old and New Testaments, and why does the Lord demand faith from people? Why doesn't the Lord reveal Himself openly; why does He do it through sacraments? How to obtain faith?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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19 October Why and How to Read the Bible

What hinders amid today’s pluralism from including the words of the Book of Books in each mass media means, poster, showcase, school and university textbook for a wide propagation and promotion? Would it be an educational venture from theological, cultural, and spiritual-religious standpoints to include the Bible in all the levels of education? Why is the Bible excluded from education?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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12 October Family Models in the 21st Century

What family models are there in the world nowadays, and what is the Christian assessment of each of them? Why does the Church recognize only that union as lawful which is between a man and a woman and established through the Church marriage at that? What does this radicalism of the Church secure in the mystery and purpose of marriage? Why can't a love union between a couple, if it is not formalized by documents, be pleasing to God? Don't two persons love each other? And God is love.

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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05 October What is the Goal of Church Marriage?

Often, the couple comes to church to marry without any idea about the Sacrament of Matrimony. Whose fault is this? In which cases can a priest reject or postpone the performance of this sacrament? What consequences can follow both hasty baptisms and hasty church marriages?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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28 September The Christian Model of State Government

Christianity and the Christians have demonstrated their viability in all systems of state government. Should the issue on what the state should be have importance for Christians if the latter aspire to achieve heavenly citizenship? To what extent is the necessity of having and implementing a Christian model of state government substantiated?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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21 September Go and Sin No More!
  • 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?

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14 September The Spiritual Meaning of the Cross

What spiritual meanings does the four-winged Cross have? Why was it called a tool of condemnation in the past, an instrument of shame and torture, while now it has become an instrument of glory and honor? What spiritual meanings does the Cross have for us, the Christians? Why is one of our five major feasts dedicated to the Cross? 

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan

 

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07 September How to Start Everything Over Again

Many dream of starting their lives with a clean slate, but not everybody can find the necessary strength in themselves to do that. How should Christians who know the Lord's words: "Go and sin no more," restore and regain themselves after each fall and sinning? What could be the start on a new page for a Christian?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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27 July What is the Battle of Christians and Who is Their Enemy?

If, according to the Lord, the prince of this world is Satan and the battle of Christians is not against flesh and blood, then what is the battle of Christians, against whom and for what is it? Should Christians exclusively fight a spiritual battle and should their struggle be against their own sins only? Does the spiritual war exclude war alternatives? Who is the inner enemy of Christians?

  • Fr. Asoghik Karapetyan

 

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20 July Why Is God One and Religions Many?

The humans of the old world couldn’t live without religious beliefs. Moreover, their whole life was part of a religious rite. But those beliefs had different demonstrations in different peoples, creating the images of their own god or gods. At the same time, adherents of all religions share the opinion that God is one. Then what’s the reason of the plurality of religions?

  • Fr. Nshan Alaverdyan
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13 July The Problem of Death

Why can't humans be reconciled with the death of their own or their loved ones? Doesn't it mean that death is a thing alien to humans and there is a natural irreconcilability between humans and death? And if death is alien, then doesn't it mean that it can be overcome? How to overcome the problem of death?

  • Deacon Vachagan Dokholyan
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