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Father Steve Macias is an Anglican priest in California's Silicon Valley. He is the Headmaster of Canterbury Christian School, Rector of Saint Paul’s Anglican Church, and Archdeacon of the West Coast for the Anglican Churches of America. He is married to Sarah and the father to Athanasius, Anselm, Assumpta, Basil and Zoe. His professional work consulting with political campaigns, leading nonprofit organizations, and in the California State Capitol has been recognized by The Los Angeles Times, National Review Magazine, Our Sunday Visitor, The Chalcedon Foundation, and numerous online and print publications. You can reach him on twitter @stevemacias.
In our third lesson on Judges, we discuss the connection between the Jerusalem and the Garden of Eden. We also explain how Caleb's tournaments for his daughter's hand in marriage connects to the story of Jesus. For Previous Lessons: Study in Judges (All, Lesson 1, Lesson 2) https://youtu.be/PBDe4yGBoFc
In our second study in the Book of Judges, we watch as the conquest begins with a victory against Adonibezek.For Previous Lessons: Study in Judges (All, Lesson 1) https://youtu.be/z0t64SuJUWc Judges 1:1-7 "Now after the death of Joshua it came to pass, that the children of Israel...
What is Humanism? Man is King. What is the Kingdom of Heaven? Jesus is King. https://youtu.be/jcseyALMDRQ As we begin our study of the Book of Judges - Father Macias introduces the theme of Judges as returning to the Lord as King and explains why James B Jordan describes this...
https://youtu.be/OISsXl1IKuM In this video, Father Steve Macias introduces the third chapter of Bishop Ray Sutton’s unpublished book “Captains and Courts.” Download the PDF here: https://www.stevemacias.com/captains-courts-biblical-defense-episcopal-government/ When we come to the New Testament, we find a royal priesthood that is hierarchical, virtually identical to Jethro’s. Consider...
What other objection is alleged by our adversaries? This; that it was altogether needless that that transcendent Being should submit to the experience of death, but He might independently of this, through the superabundance of His power, have wrought with ease His purpose; still, if for some ineffable reason or other it was absolutely necessary that so...
Saint Basil the Great
Homily I: In the Beginning God made the Heaven and the Earth. It is right that any one beginning to narrate the formation of the world should begin with the good order which reigns in visible things.  I am about to speak of the creation of heaven and earth, which was...
But, they say, if the Son is the Same as the Father in respect of Essence, then if the Father is unbegotten, the Son must be so likewise.  Quite so—if the Essence of God consists in being unbegotten; and so He would be a strange mixture, begottenly unbegotten.  If, however, the difference is outside the Essence, how...
This then is what might be said to cut short our opponents’ readiness to argue and their hastiness with its consequent insecurity in all matters, but above all in those discussions which relate to God.  But since to rebuke others is a matter of no difficulty whatever, but a very easy thing, which any one who likes can...
I have taken some pains, in setting forth this view, to bring forward the reasoning on behalf of the adversaries, that our decision may be the more firmly fixed, being strengthened by the more elaborate contradictions. Let us now resume our argument. As we have to a certain extent shown by our statement that...
To Ablabius. Ye that are strong with all might in the inner man ought by rights to carry on the struggle against the enemies of the truth, and not to shrink from the task, that we fathers may be gladdened by the noble toil of our sons; for this is the prompting of the...