I must say thus far, an excellent introduction to the sister churches for the Copts to be educated from, but I do have some...questions. Some of the quality of the questions seem very....elementary. The oft repeated question, "Does your church believe in intercession?" I mean, is that a necessary question to ask at the age we're at? Maybe I'm a bit biased, but some questions that are not needed to ask like, "do you have sacraments," or "do you have holy orders." By now, especially by the age of the interviewer (I can only guess), one should already know these are essential elements of any Orthodox Church.
Rather, just ask about the process of preparation of ordination, the liturgies prayed for the sacraments, the saints they have, etc. I don't know. Perhaps, I'm being a little too critical, considering that I feel I'm a bit ahead than others in the knowledge of my sister churches. But I would wonder, what age group are they targeting, and if that age group, if there are some unnecessary questions that a mature age group can infer? Maybe, it is geared towards pre-teens and teens, and I'm just asking too much, but then the quality of the answers are also a bit sophisticated as well.