I recently finished reading a book called "Orthodox Fundamentalists: A Critical View", written by John W. Morris and I was wondering if anyone else has read it and if so, what are your thoughts on this book?
This book deals with the various charges that are/have been brought against "world Orthodoxy", by various traditionalist/fundamentalist Orthodox groups/synods, specifically in regards to things like ecumenism, baptism, the calendar, etc.
I did find there to be one obvious and blatent error in the book, in regards to the late Fr. Seraphim Rose of blessed memory, by saying that he was in the ROCiE, when he was actually with ROCOR. I honestly do not know enough about the other issues such as the calendar, baptism, etc., to make my own judgement so I was hoping that by chance one of you may have read it.
If so, please share your opinions about this book because I would be eager to see what the more knowledgeable folks on this forum have to say about it.