I have the book, but haven't started reading it yet. But I have, what I hope is, a simple question about it before I begin.
We homeschool and my daughter, age 12 and in 8th grade, is interested in learning more about the Orthodox Church. In fact, it is her discomfort with things we've been reading in our Catholic oriented books on Church history and the catechism that has us renewing our investigating into Orthodoxy. Her questions have forced us all to re-examine our position, yet again in our long and very drawn out investigation (which feels like 2 steps toward Orthodoxy and 1.5 steps back all the while slowly inching forward but at less than a snail's pace).
Since Bree (dd) wants to study Orthodoxy - Would The Orthodox Church be a good book for us to use for our religious studies? Is it something that a 12-year-old student can easily understand? Or would there be a better book to use? I also have The Truth by Clark Carlton and The Orthodox Way also by Bishop Ware (as I'm sure you all already know).