Any tips here? She wants me to go to Moody Bible and at first I was okay with that, but I just read their doctrinal requirements, and I can't honestly sign a contract saying that I agree.
What should I do?
Also, sorry if this is the wrong forum. I didn't know which to opt for.
You might point out that John Maddex, the founder of Ancient Faith Radio, used to run Moody Bible Radio, and he was forced to leave by Moody because of his conversion to being Orthodox, although they found out only through the grapevine, and it didn't affect his work (the parting was, in his words "very amicable" and on "generous terms"). They just insisted because the decided that he couldn't meet their doctrinal requirements (he had signed such things when still a Protestant, and I don't think he found much of a problem, looking back, on what the contract said. They may have changed the contract, due to the numbers of those who have converted to Orthodoxy as of late). My priest, Fr. Patrick Reardon, has spoken there on occasion.
And the Diocesan Center, complete with Church, of the OCA Diocese of the Midwest is across the street, so it's not like sending you to Moody is going to isolate you from Orthodox influence.
Btw, what requirements are causing the problem?