User talk:Fr Lev

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Talk:Liturgy of St. Tikhon of Moscow

I've rolled the Talk page back, as per your request. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 01:56, August 6, 2008 (UTC)

Many thanks! --Fr Lev 02:04, August 6, 2008 (UTC)

Edits to Great Schism


With all due respect, the form of date 1054 A.D. is correct english. I don't understand the edit.

Jaye (Jacifus)

Following Latin, the more traditional syntax is to place AD before the number (e.g., AD 1054), though the reverse is now becoming more common. —Fr. Andrew talk contribs (THINK!) 22:38, December 4, 2008 (UTC)

The Chicago Manual of Style indicates that AD should be used without periods and should precede the year. Anno Domini means "in the year of our Lord," so it would look odd to write "1054 in the year of our Lord." Personally, I would prefer using "CE" instead of "AD." As scholars agree that Christ was born in or around 4 BCE, it seems very odd to have to say that Christ was born "four years Before Christ." --Fr Lev 01:34, December 5, 2008 (UTC)

Talk:Sarum Use

Hello Fr, I was trying to add some comments to this page, and when i tried to save it removed all existing comments. Tried to undo the revision, and the undo did not save. Not able to restore,,can you please help?? Thanks, Angellight 888 20:51, August 26, 2008 (UTC)

Help on misotheism article

Hello Father I was hoping for some help on the misotheism article. LoveMonkey 17:08, August 30, 2008 (UTC)

Wikipedia article

Hi. Thanks so much for contributing yesterday on the Wikipedia talk page for "Catholic–Eastern Orthodox theological differences". I hope we could convince you (and others) to join in further over there, especially in the "discussion" (?) that has been going on regarding the nature of the physical human body. There are really only two editors "working (?) on this article right now, and they're mostly locked in an edit war over the writings of Vladimir Lossky and whether his view (essentially, as I understand it, that our material bodies didn't exist before the fall and won't exist after the resurrection) represents mainstream Orthodox belief or not. I've got a nagging suspicion that this may be a "creative" interpretation of what the Apostle Paul meant when he talked about the resurrection in I Corinthians 15 — but I fear there isn't much hope for a solution on Wikipedia unless we can get more knowledgeable Orthodox (or at least Orthodoxy-knowledgeable) people involved on the article — something that just doesn't seem to be happening so far. Richwales 03:55, August 31, 2010 (UTC)

Invitation to a Conversation

Fr. Lev, I have left a lengthy question about contraception over at Talk:Birth Control and Contraception#The_Theology_of_the_Body. I have benefited from what you have contributed in that talk section. I am reaching out in good faith to see what I can learn from you. If you have any comments, either public or private, they would be very welcome.