- What does this hand gesture mean in Icons?
- Why does the Orthodox Cross have three bars?
- How to Recognize the Holy Apostles in Icons
- The meaning of objects held by Saints in Icons
- Jesus Christ | The Icon of God
- Icons of the Mother of God
- Baptism of Christ | The Theophany Icon
- The Nativity of the Theotokos Icon
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Daily Archives: December 20, 2010
The traditions and teaching of the Christian Church often appear to change and evolve over time. Yet from within it can be seen that it is not that the teaching itself changes, but that each generation brings new ways to … Continue reading →