Look, I can't argue with 20 people at once.
I'll just concede okay?
God said "Go ahead and bow down to images of Mary, saints, etc., and call your bishops master". He fully recanted his own words and changed.
It's in the book of.... Well it's somewhere and it must just be because that's it.
He also told you directly to change all of his feasts, and that his only son Jesus Christ practiced his everlasting feasts at the wrong time, as well as his apostles.
It's in the book of.... Well it's somewhere and because Orthodoxy is the one true church and that's it.
You win. I lose.
Unfortunately, I'm excommunicated already, via the forum, and via church cannon. It applies to me because I worshiped with heretics before, but it does not apply to your own masters in ecumenism.
I'll go back into the tomb now, and pay my indulgences and homage to my pagan saints who are actually Christians because the church said so.
Hopefully at some time, I'll be re-united in the communion of the church, if my Holy master and bishop lets me. He'll only do it if I bow down and pay homage to the precious and holy images of saints, gods, and metal castings. But first I must confess to him and my erroneous ways of reading something called the bible, which I will put away. After all the church wrote the entire bible, they should know.
If they could allow, I'd love to join them soon for Sunday worship, because the 4th commandment doesn't apply to me anymore, and Jesus, Paul, and others were all in error for preaching on such days as Sabbaths of all things. Silly them.
Also, I can't wait to join the church once again for Passover (Pascha), which is no longer on everlasting Nisan 14, but the Sunday AFTER Nisan 14th, because Polycarp, the Apostles, Jesus, and much of the Jewish history of the one true church was actually wrong. Holy Christian St. Constantine made sure to keep it on the venerable day of the sun, which is correct, because he is Holy. He had every right to execute his wife and son, and keep pagan Gods on his architecture and coins because he is St. Constantine the Great - and that's saying a lot. Anybody who is great get's a free pass, and he is Eastern Orthodox, so it's even a greater free pass.
You guys got me, thanks for the education. You win.