One Flew Over the Onion Dome: American Orthodox Converts, Reverts, & Retreads
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Item No. 006018
by Joseph David Huneycutt
Converts to the Orthodox Church are sometimes stunned by the ethnic ghetto they seem to have landed in. Cradle Orthodox are no less amazed by these zealous, sometimes apparently nutty converts. And priests often seem clueless as to how to deal with the mixed blessing of newcomers. How on earth can we all understand each other? More importantly, what can we learn from each other?
Fr Joseph David Huneycutt helps readers - whether cradle, convert, "revert," or "retread" - navigate and explore:
- Convert Frustration
- Who's Converting to Orthodoxy and Why
- Convert Baggage and Struggles
- Convert Strengths
- Convert Burnout
- Culture Wars
Praise for One Flew Over the Onion Dome: American Orthodox Converts, Reverts, & Retreads:
The Convert experience is full of surprises, not only for the pilgrims involved but for those who attempt to pastor and teach them. One Flew Over the Onion Dome tackles these challenges with up-front honesty, good humor, and steadfast faith.
-Frederica Mathewes-Green, Author of Facing East and Welcome to the Orthodox Church
About the Author: Fr Joseph Huneycutt was reared a Southern Baptist in North Carolina. After more than a decade as an Episcopalian, he converted to Orthodoxy in 1993. He received a BS in Communication Arts from Appalachian State University (1982), a Master of Divinity from Nashotah House Episcopal Seminary in Wisconsin (1992), and a Doctor of Ministry in the Eastern Christian Context from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in conjunction with the Antiochian House of Studies in 1999. In addition to developing and leading Orthodox retreats and conferences, Fr. Joseph is the Vice-Chairman of the Antiochian Department of Missions and Evangelism, and serves as Dean of the East Texas Deanery in the Diocese of Wichita and Mid-America. He is the Pastor of St Joseph Orthodox Church in Houston, Texas. He is the host of the Orthodixie podcast and co-hosts The 153 podcast on Ancient Faith Radio. Fr Joseph’s work has appeared in Touchstone magazine, Christian Bioethics journal, The WORD magazine, and on the Antiochian Archdiocese’s webpage. He is the author of One Flew Over the Onion Dome – American Orthodox Converts, Retreads, and Reverts (2006), Defeating Sin – Overcoming Our Passions and Changing Forever (2007), We Came, We Saw, We Converted – The Lighter Side of Orthodoxy in America (2009), and Fire From Ashes – The Reality of Perpetual Conversion (coauthored with Steve Robinson, 2014). He is currently compiling, editing, and annotating the works of his Pastoral Theology professor, the late Dr Charles Caldwell, tentatively titled: Dying Dionysius – The Living Faith of a Deathbed Convert.
Author: Fr Joseph David Huneycutt
Paperback: 153 pages
Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5