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And finally it has no biblical support
We must seek unity with those who are different than us as long as there is no compromise in the faith.
He refuses to acknowledge Greek Orthodox and Coptic Orthodox Christians can be married in Egypt without any conversion or rebaptism
Regardless of whether one wants to see Constantine as a saint or not is one thing.
I really want to stop hearing about whats accepted and whats not accepted by the OO. Imikhail when you are ordained a bishop and have the right to excommunicate everyone in the church which im sure youd love to do then so be it."
will come here, read your comments and believe you speak as the exclusive authoritative position of the Coptic Church.
Is St. Isaac of Syria (Ninevah) a Saint in our Church?Surely our Oriental Orthodox communion believes in his Sainthood, despite the fact that he was most probably baptized by a Nestorian Priest and was a member of the Assyrian Church of the East.
They were still human. What makes them Saints is that they strove to perfect themselves in the fear of God and work out His divine will in their lives. Not that they were perfect without any human flaws or situational mishaps