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Fr Harry Linsinbigler
"Orthodox clergy"
United States

September 18 2017

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  Education: Post grad
  Denomination: Orthodox Christian
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Very Rev. Dr. Harry Linsinbigler Fr. Harry is a Priest of the ancient Orthodox Christian Church. He is a pastor, as well as Canon Lawyer, Liturgist, and Director of Religious Education for the UOC of the USA-Ecumenical Patriarchate, and professor at St. Sophia Seminary. He has a doctorate and two Master's degrees. For those who aren't familiar with what Orthodoxy Christianity is, the following may give some enlightenment. Despite the fact that many Americans have never heard of it, Orthodox Christianity is one of the three main types of Christianity and is the second largest Christian body in the world, with current estimates of worldwide membership ranging from 275 million to 350 million adherents. Most in America are familiar with Roman Catholicism and Protestantism. Few are familiar with Orthodox Christianity. Here is a basic entry in the Encyclopedia Britannica for the Orthodox Church: "official name Orthodox Catholic Church one of the three major doctrinal and jurisdictional groups of Christianity. It is characterized by its continuity with the apostolic church, its liturgy, and its territorial churches." (http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9106196/Eastern-Orthodoxy). In the Christian Church of the first millenium, there were 5 major centers of Christianity. As we know from the Bible, Jerusalem was one of them, as was Antioch, where the disciples "were first called Christians," along with Rome, Alexandria, and then Byzantium/Constantinople, which would be called "New Rome." In 1054 an event would occur what would be known as the "Great Schism" between East and West, in which, the Church of Rome on the one hand (the Roman Catholic Church), and the Churches of Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria, and Constantinople on the other (the Orthodox Church), would fall out of communion with one another over various doctrinal disputes, including papal supremacy, the doctrine of the Holy Spirit, and several other issues. We pray that such disputes can be reconciled by a return to the consensus that the one Church before the Great Schism once had.
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Greg   08-30-2011 6:31:58

Thank you for the nice welcome.  Let me know if I can be of any service.

walkinthespirit   02-22-2009 5:53:06

Lord I pray a blessing over Harry, a blessing Lord of financial release, for YOUR Kingdom Lord, and for his family. I pray that YOU will use him in mighty ways that he does not know LORD, and that YOU would protect him and his family against the enemy in all ways, I declare Your word Lord, that no weapon formed against him shall prosper, Father I ask You to send YOUR mighty angels to accomplish YOUR will , angels to guide, minister and war for him and his family, Father if there is any health concerns in his body, I pray life life life into his body. I ask YOU JESUS to  cover him in YOUR blood daily, and that the full armor of God is upon him, Lord that YOU would continue to bless him with supersized blessings with diet coke! Anoint him more Lord, for YOUR glory, and that he will fulfill the plans YOU have for him, bless him, bless him, bless him LORD, everything he puts his hands to. thank YOU JESUS we pray in YOUR name amen!

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