The center is an intellectual and spiritual home for Orthodox students that focuses on Eastern Orthodoxy’s broad, deep cultural and intellectual patrimony, especially that springing from the Greek, Arabic, and Slavonic traditions. Faculty are committed Orthodox Christians, dedicated to the education of our students that they might find their place in the universe in Christ.
October 7-9, 2022, Friday-Sunday: DoxaMoot 2022, Tolkien’s World-Saving Beauty and Its Cultured Despisers. St. Paul Orthodox Church. 156 E Main St, Emmaus, PA 18049. Tickets and more info here.
by Cyril Gary Jenkins, PhD Director, St. Basil Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture “The thinking man, if he wants his thought about freedom to be complete,Read more
Memory eternal to the servant of God, Dr. Timothy Becker, who reposed just after noon today. Tim was no mere supporter of the St. Basil Center, but integral to what we were doing: an inspiration to those who knew him.Read more
But it is noble to strive after noble ends, no matter the outcome. Plato, Phaedrus, 274bRead more
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St. Basil Center for Orthodox Thought and Culture
St. Davids, Pennsylvania