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    • What does it mean to be an Orthodox Christian?

      • What Does it Mean to be Orthodox? The Orthodox Churches share with the other Christian Churches the belief that God revealed himself in Jesus Christ, and a belief in the incarnation of Christ, his crucifixion and resurrection.
  1. Mar 31, 2022 · Whereas modalism—the idea that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are one God/one Person/one Being, manifesting Himself in different "modes" or "forms" at different times in history—is a fairly common...

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  2. Sep 14, 2020 · However, it is easy to conclude that he compares all Orthodoxy with a sect. In general, the "hierarch" intertwines (most likely out of ignorance) two different problems. The first is the difference between the Church and the sect, while the second is the difference between the Church and what is not the Church.

  3. Sep 29, 2017 · The Orthodox faith, which includes Russian Orthodox, maintains many differences from the Western faiths of Roman Catholicism and Protestant Christianity. Culture, geography and ideology have all played roles in separating Russian Orthodox from Western Christianity. Explore this article 1 A History of Schism

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  5. Apr 20, 2015 · Whereas the Roman Catholic mass is usually celebrated in full view of the congregants, Orthodox priests pray over the elements on the altar which is located in the sanctuary behind the iconostasis and therefore set apart from the congregants. The sanctuary is sometimes compared to the “Holy of Holies” in the Jewish Temple.

  6. The Catholic Church and Orthodox Church locate their authority in the Bible and tradition, though they disagree on which tradition. Protestantism, though it values tradition, locates its authority in the Bible alone. As a result, they agree on some doctrines (e.g. Trinity), yet disagree on others (e.g. the pope).

  7. Here are some differences between Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism: The Pope. The Pope is the leader of all Catholics. He is infallible. When he talks it’s like God talks through him. In Orthodox Christianity this is considered an heresy. In Orthodox Christianity every Church has its own Patriarch who is a sinner just like everyone else. 2.

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