Orthodox Saints & Elders

Elder Paisios on Science and the Spiritual Life

The Book of Creation Reveals the Creator

The First Chapter of Genesis Explained in One Sentence (St. John of Damascus)

All That a Christian Should at Least Know About Creation (St. Augustine of Hippo)

On the Literal and Figurative Understanding of Genesis 2 (St. Augustine of Hippo)

Augustine of Hippo on the Devil in Paradise

Commentary on the Six Days of Creation and the Six Ages (St. Bede)

Why St. Neophytos the Recluse Wrote His "Hexaemeron" ("Six-Days of Creation")

That God is the Cause of All Creation (St. Gregory Palamas)

St. John of Damascus on How Paradise in Genesis Should Be Understood

Basil the Great and the Allegorical Interpretation of Genesis

St. Basil the Great on the Intelligent Cause of Creation

Basil the Great on the Vanity of Reading Genesis as Science

Why Was the Book of Genesis Written?

The Original Light of Creation (St. Gregory the Theologian)

Why Man is Destitute of Natural Weapons and Covering (St. Gregory of Nyssa)

That the Human Body is Made Suitable for the Use of Reason (St. Gregory Of Nyssa)

St. Gregory of Nyssa on the Beginning of Creation

Saint Luke the Physician and His Contribution as a Surgeon

On Science and Religion (St. Luke the Surgeon of Simferopol)

St. Seraphim of Sarov on Adam in Paradise

The Orthodox Doctrine of Personal Causality

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (1 of 7)

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (2 of 7)

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (3 of 7)

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (4 of 7)

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (5 of 7)

Homilies on Genesis 1 by St. Nikolai Velimirovich (6 of 7)

Natural Selection and Divine Providence According to St. Nikolai Velimirovich

Why the Seemingly Educated Abandon Christianity

Naturalism, the New Idolatry

Introduction to Saint Nektarios' Study on Darwinism and the Human Soul

St. Nektarios on Darwinistic Evolution and the Human Soul

Elder Epiphanios Theodoropoulos on Science

Saint Porphyrios of Kavsokalyva, the Patron of Science and Technology

Saint Porphyrios and Apollo 13

How Did the Saints Write About Creation? (St. Paisios the Athonite)

It is Good to be Able to Go to the Moon, but Better to Attain God (St. Paisios the Athonite)

A Response to the Teaching of Saint Paisios on Evolution

Is the Whole Earth a Living Icon of the Face of God?