No, I think he was calling me a heretic.
In my definition, I said that one must be an Orthodox Christian. This does not mean all non-Orthodox Christians are heretics. In context, my statements were clearly meaning that those who claim Christianity as their religion are heretics, not that every non-Orthodox is a heretic. I am on the path to becoming Orthodox, and am consequently on the path to becoming Christian. Elsewhere I have stated that I don't consider Muslims to be heretics as was suggested by at least one poster. I would not consider Buddhists to be heretics (though, certainly, they believe heresy, something that is not Orthodox). By contrast, I would claim that Mormons are heretics. Someone not claiming to be a Christian, and thus a member of the Church of Christ, is not a heretic. Someone claiming to be a Christian who is not Orthodox, is a heretic.