St. Paul calls Christian Marriage a "great mystery" yet today Christian marriage is under terrible assault. The marriage culture in America is in serious decline, and many believers have little idea what constitutes a marriage as "Christian." In this two lecture series Fr. Josiah describes both the nature of the Divine-Human marriage between God and His people, between Christ and the Church, as well as the contours of authentic marriage between believers in the Church. He also describes the sad decimation of marriage progressively taking place in our post-Christian and secular culture. These lectures are offered to our listeners with hopes that they will inspire a vision for Christian living in marriage, elevate the aspirations of Christians in their conjugal lives, and serve as a protection against the inroads of degrading secularism in the home. The two lectures included in this series are entitled:
The Contours of Christian Marriage - What Makes Marriage Christian?
The Secular Decimation of Marriage - Facing the Challenges to Marriage Today