An Unshakable Faith - (POS01)

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A high quality poster designed to edify the faithful and educate the inquirer about Holy Orthodoxy.

(From the Poster)

Orthodox Christianity is not a religion, an institution or an organization. It is, to the contrary, the way of life initiated by Jesus Christ and a living organism composed of those who believe in Him.


The Church is God's people who:

~believe in Jesus Christ as God and in the Church He established.

~gather together in His name to worship the Triune God in Spirit and Truth.

~share a common faith and hope based on the love of God.

~affirm the truth, or orthodoxy, of the one Faith, belief and experience

~proclaim the good news of Jesus Christ to all people, making disciples and baptizing them in the Name of the Father, Son & Holy Spirit.


What does "Orthodox" mean?

Orthos = correct

Doxa = teaching (from Dokein, to think), or Worship (from Doxa, meaning glory)


From the Creed

One ~ With the unity of God Himself, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

Holy ~ Set apart, dedicated, and devoted to the service of God.

Catholic ~ Living the fullness of divine truth and embracing all faithful Christians of all times and places. Existing throughout the world and bearing the same heart.

Apostolic ~ Tracing doctrine, traditions, and authority to the original Apostles including the apostolic succession of bishops and hierarchs.


Standing Firm / Holding Fast

"So then brethren, stand firm and hold to the traditions which you were taught by us, either by word of mouth or by letter" (2 Thes. 2:15)

As the Pillar and Foundation

" will know how people ought to conduct themselves in God's household, which is the church of the living God, the pillar and foundation of the truth." (1 Tim. 3:15)

Great Student Gift


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  • 5
    Great way to share our faith!

    Posted by Barbara on 5th Dec 2015

    I have this educational plaque in my home. Just about everybody that comes into my house reads it, and some great conversations about the Orthodox faith have started because of it.