I wrote "That's me, of course. Others may do what they consider correct."
So if you in your country consider it correct, do that. I have noticed that even Severus of Antioch is called a saint by the Armenians on this website. That is wrong. I love all the true lovers of Christ our Lord from all Churches, even Catholics and yes, even Protestants. They are all my brothers and sisters and I hate the word "heretic". However, there are unsolved issues between churches, and between our and Coptic Church too. Let's pray that one day our hierarchs solve all these issues. I'm for honesty and truth. I don't like today's hypocrisy when the clergy from these sister churches show they are one, they are the same etc but then show hatred towards each other, gossip about each other, scorn each other's clothes etc. Don't think the EO are the only people that criticize and scorn us for our bishops' mitres and many many other things. There are Coptic bishops and clergy that in their hearts consider us, the Armenians, heretics, unbelievers, non-Christians. Maybe you haven't met such people, I have met, I have heard all of this with my ears and felt such a great pain in my heart. They write in their books nonsenses about our Church even in these new times and publish again the nonsenses that many centuries ago Bar-Salibi or I don't know who wrote about us. Why then don't they remember at such times that we are sister churches? Do you know any modern Armenian Father that has written a book where he shows hatred towards the Copts or criticizes their customs or brings from old Fathers quotations about "ungodly" customs of the Copts, something that Copts don't shun to do towards us, the Armenians. You haven't read such a "bad" book written by a Coptic clergyman? I have read.
I believe that only where there is honesty there can be true love and respect. Church policy is one thing, honesty and true love are something else.
I can't call Timothy of Alexandria a saint also because I don't like the spirit in which he has written his book. I don't like the expressions full of hatred he used regarding certain people and believers of Christ. I have his writings in Classical Armenian. Once I even decided to translate some parts, but when I started to read, that spirit made me lose my peace. I'm trying to understand him though. But that's not my saint. Sorry. There are also Armenian saints that repeat just the same words of Timothy of Alexandria, and I hate that spirit also in the Armenian Fathers' writings. When I understood from where all that mess and hatred entered our Church, I said, It would be perhaps better if the book of Timothy of Alexandria were not translated into Armenian at all.
Sorry for writing all of this. And perhaps it would be better that I again stopped coming to this and such websites. This is not my place, it seems.