Came across this comparison table on a Protestant friend's facebook page. Of course it's meant to be against the Roman Catholic church, but I'm sure he would be happy to apply it to the Orthodox church if he knew it existed.
There's a fair amount here, especially on the religion side, that I know is just not true of anyone. (unless maybe some of you ex-Roman Catholics out there would say "Oh no, that is what the Roman church practiced")
I think there are some things on the gospel side that the Orthodox church may actually own. But I'm also sure that most of this is just good old fashioned Protestant thought both about themselves and about others.
Thoughts on any of the points, all of them?
If I obey, I'm accepted I'm accepted so I obey
If I'm good God will love me I'm bad and Jesus loves bad people.
People: Good and Bad People: Repentant or not
Focus: What I do or can't do Focus: What Jesus did
Produces: pride and despair Produces: Humility and Confidence
Motivated by fear Motivated by love