I think this thread just illustrates how difficult it would be for the average lay person, or even theologian, to determine which of the Apostolic Churches is the true Church and which one is right. I mean,
The Catholic says, "We're right because the Fathers say..."
The Eastern Orthodox Christian says, "We're right because the Fathers say..."
The Oriental Orhtodox Christian says, "We're right because the Fathers say..."
I can sympathize with each group. Don't get me wrong. I do believe that the Catholic Church is the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic Church refered to in the Creed, and that the Bishop of Rome is the successor of Sts. Peter and Paul. However, I do see how one might believe in one of the other two Churches. For that reason, I don't think that any Christian can stand in harsh judgement over another Christian because he or she does or does not accept Chalcedon or Palamite theology, or Scholasticism, etc. The issues that divide us are difficult to wade through, and apart from a powerful divine intervention, none us can fix the problem here and now.