Source: Orthodox Ethos
October 18, 2022
On the second weekend of October, from the 6th to the 9th of the month, the inaugural Uncut Mountain Press conference took place at the Antiochian Village, Pennsylvania. More than 250 people were in attendance and nearly thirty were clergy, with broad pan-Orthodox representation. His Grace, bishop Luke of Syracuse, was the honorary chairman and a speaker at the conference, which was dedicated to the ethos of the Orthodox Church.
From all around the country the most qualified and traditional of speakers graced this event: Bishop Luke, Fr. Dimitri Carrellas, Fr. Josiah Trenham, Fr. Joseph Copeland, Hieromonk Felipe Balingit, Fr. Zachariah Lynch, Constantine Zalalas, G.M. Davis, Robert Spencer and the host of the conference, Fr. Peter Heers. Each spoke about the Orthodox ethos from a different perspective and some through the life of a saint. Several of the speakers had first-hand experiences with holy ones of our day. At the conference all the titles newly released by Uncut Mountain Press were available. It was a special joy to have one of the authors, G.M. Davis, there to present his work, Antichrist: the Fulfilment of Globalisation. (As Fr. Zechariah Lynch remarked regarding the spirit of Antichrist, “Keep the outward rite: change the heart.”) Important books such as On the Dogma of the Church by St. Hilarion Troitsky and Apodeictic Treatises on the Procession of the Holy Spirit by St. Gregory Palamas were also presented.
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