Codex Bezae – University of Cambridge Digital Library
“Biblical Interpretation” (pp. xxix-xlvi) in the Introduction to the Oxford World’s Classics The Bible: Authorized King James Version with Apocrypha
Patristic Hermeneutics and the Meaning of Tradition – Tad W. Guzie, S.J.
Looking at Critical Scholarship Critically: A Response to Greg Carey – Seraphim Hamilton
An Orthodox Hermeneutic – Fr. Stephen Freeman
More on an Orthodox Hermeneutic – Fr. Stephen Freeman
Recent Biblical Hermeneutics in Patristic Perspective: The Tradition of Orthodoxy – Fr. John A. McGuckin
Reading Scripture Like the Church Fathers – Robert Goff
The Path – Strength for the Journey: Daily Scripture Readings and Commentary Inspired by the Saints – Listen to the daily scripture readings and thoughtful commentary with quotes from the Fathers and the lives of the Saints. It’s strength for the journey, heard three times a day or whenever you wish from your computer or portable device. Hosted by Fr. Tom Soroka. These readings do not line up perfectly with the lectionary used in the Greek Orthodox Church in Canada.
Search the Scriptures: Interesting and accessible Bible study for busy people – Presvytera and Dr. Jeannie Constantinou guides us through Holy Scripture with the eyes of the Church Fathers.
No Other Foundation: Reflections on Orthodox Theology and Biblical Studies – Fr. Lawrence Farley offers brief commentary and analysis on topics related to Orthodoxy, theology, morality, the Scriptures, and contemporary culture.
The Mystery of Holy Language – Mystagogy, Friday 20 January 2012
NONNI PANOPOLITANI PARAPHRASIS S. EVANGELII IOANNEI – Homeric Greek & Koine Greek
NONNI PANOPOLITANI PARAPHRASIS S. EVANGELII IOANNEI – translated into English by M.A. Prost
Why Should Reading in the Orthodox Church be Unemotional? – Fr. Andrew Chizhenko