Please don't think I'm trolling. The Reason I ask this, is from my experience (A lot of it online) protestant Christians could care less about Jesus' teachings in the Gospel.
I don't want to generalise, but must of the time I would come away with that Jesus was a human Sacrifice, and that's it.
Then most of the Gospels are ignored, and the teachings come from Paul and occasionaly Old Testament.
When I was a child, I would read the New Testament a lot, and take to heart the words of Jesus in the Gospels.
When I went Catholic School, I was shocked at how un-Christian most Catholics behaved. (That I was around).
Then over the last few years and my searching for that 'experience I had when a child', to my dismay there were very few followers of Jesus' Gospel Teachings.
I am unfamiliar with how EO approaches Jesus and his teachings?
Are they important?