Behold how good and pleasant it is when brothers dwell in unity.
Occasionally I am out of town on week ends and have the opportunity to visit other churches. On one recent trip I heard an Orthodox priest give a homily on “Why Protestantism is Wrong.” Although the homily did not have that title per se, that seemed to be the heart of his message. Such homilies, I fear, are not uncommon in the Orthodox Church. In part they arise from an inferiority complex. The Orthodox know they are “behind in the polls,” and they know who their competition is.
I have never heard a Protestant sermon on why Orthodoxy is wrong. Protestants just don’t think about the Orthodox because they are considered to be in . . .
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