I think that protestantism for most people is a matter of convenience and not "willful ignorance".
I'm sorry. I think that is a gross oversimplification.
In the USA the mass market, fast-faith is protestantism and its many sub-elements (ie mormans, 7th day, and the like).
The marketeers use the catch phrases: Christian, Church, Christ, Holy, Bible, and the like. These phrases add currency and ligitimacy to the 'product'. The marketeers (Evangelicals as they are called) are looking for those who are ignorant yes; but the marketeer swoops down on the innocent albeit disgrunteld public in a flury "TRUTH" and the rest is history.
This seems to be lumping all "Protestants" with some more publicized or recent manifestations. It also does not take into account long established parishes/churches/Churches who are not using the publicity methods cited.
Willful ignornace comes into once the innocent victim begins to see for himself that thier is something missing but refuses to heed.
Innocent victim? Churches that have supported and sustained people and taught the Gospel are somehow 'victimizing' people?
And what of people who do not have something "missing"?
He is protestant because it is what he saw on TV and or what everyone is doing. It must be good.
Perhaps there are many people who belong to one "Protestant" Church or another because they were raised in it, it is part of their family, they have learnt about Jesus Christ and how to be a Christian there, it is the only church for many many miles around, there is love and support among the members or some other reason.
Have you ever tried to get people to eat organic foods who are conditioned to eat fatty unhealthy food?
Yes, and you don't get them to eat it willingly by making disparaging remarks about what they do eat or acting superior for being organic to someone who may not have known about it. (again, not every person knows as much or anything about things that you or I know a great deal about.) or telling someone to eat it when they may be allergic to it....
Again this is the mind of the protestant today.
That is your opinion. And there is no such thing as "the protestant today", there are millions and millions for real people just as human as you are.
If he sees Orthodoxy he shuns and runs.
He knows that his situation is no good. BUT...It feels good.
It is what he knows. Orthodoxy is asking him to do too much...(Too organic!....yes; good health benefits but too much work)
This is complacency and laziness, faithlessness, Godlessness...Sin which leads to death.
This is, again, terribly oversimplified and does not look at other people as having real reasons for being what they are, but makes them something like cardboard targets for other people to mock and denigrate and be condescending to.
None of your judgement applies to my reasons for not becoming EO, just for starters.