This is, I think, only my second post on this forum, but I think this is the point I'm most interested in.
What do Oriental Orthodox individuals (not necessarily the Church as a whole) see as the differences between themselves and the Eastern Orthodox.
In my time in the Eastern Orthodox tradition I've been taught there are no substantial differences, however I also know Catholics are taught that about both of our Churches, and from the EO position I can say that just isn't true.
I read a post by Fr. Peter in which he says our bishops have concluded we have substantially the same faith. Do the faithful (who know something about both Churches) agree with this?
I'm just curious, does the sole issue of faith revolve around Chalcedon/2nd Ephesus or does it go much further than that?
As I said in my introductory post, I briefly attended the Orthodox Christian Fellowship group at University, and it was mostly copts. The one thing I noticed was that they seemed perfectly at ease with the OCA worship (obviously no Communion), in a way that I can't say I am when in a Protestant or Catholic setting.