The Orthodox world celebrates Easter this year on Sunday, May 2, in three days. We wish a blessed, holy Easter to all, and include here below reflections on the meaning and importance of Easter.

    As the Orthodox Easter draws near, in the light of Christian faith, in the light of the proclamation of the Resurrection, it seems important to make one point, as follows:

    The modern, increasingly popular, ever more accepted “scientific” and “humanistic” vision of human life and its meaning tends to look “beyond” human beings as we are now, beyond Homo sapiens, toward a “better,” “improved” type of human being (Homo sapiens 2.0, as it were), to be “created” through the skill of science, through computer programming and the insertion into the human body of computer chips and through genetic engineering, et cetera…

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