A history of the argument so far.
For John Chrysostomon, he said that Peter is head of the Choir. This supposedly means that he supported the idea of Papacy.
That he used the same words for others is laughably refuted that we can't really know what he meant by that!
In other words, we can only know what he means, when it supports the Papacy!
When I ask for any other evidence I'm told either
a) there is none - but that doesn't mean he didn't support the papacy!
b) he supported a different type of Papacy - yet Orthodox are supposedly 'in debate' over the Papacy
What type of Papacy did he support? Who knows. He just did!
When I point out evidence from the life of this saint, I'm told he was supporting an Arian... and he wasn't. This part of the debate seems to have been dropped. The historical evidence, inclduing from Catholic historians such as Davis seems to have got in the way of the supposition.