Raphael Fielder shares how his Orthodox Review YouTube channel brings him closer to God and keeps him accountable in reading about and living out the Orthodox Faith. Raphael tells Dave how and why he started the channel, plus a few books he plans to share with his audience in the near future. Be sure to check out Orthodox Review on YouTube at https://bit.ly/OrthodoxReview and support him on Patreon at https://www.patreon.com/orthodoxreview.
This week’s reading comes from the Wisdom of Sirach, chapters 6 and 7. Main topics include friendships and how instruction brings wisdom. Readings come from the Orthodox Study Bible, which you can find at https://amzn.to/3bZFBF6. Previous readings are at episodes 36 (https://bit.ly/DD-36) and 41 (https://bit.ly/DD-41).
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