The question is loaded and I can't give any due respect to it since it's adherents are under this forum co-existing in peace with some animosities.With all semantics aside, I dare you to go do something uncomfortable arjuna that way your faith is tested by your theosis. Attain spiritual adivce with a blessing from a priest and I wish I could give blessings out but that would be self-satisfaction. Which is what you want this question to be answered for. However see yourself in good standing with a parish and then you will see whether or not you want to convert to orthodoxy or not..
I'll be praying for you....
I apologize if I expressed myself wrong in language or tone. And I thank you for your prayers.
I'll try to re-state the question accurately and inoffensively. I am genuinely curious if anyone who converted to Orthodoxy had to choose between Chalcedonian Orthodoxy or non-Chalcedonian Orthodoxy? In other words, was anyone attracted or interested by both and had to pick one? If so, and if it is not too personal, I would ask you to share what led you to choose one tradition of Orthodoxy over another.
The reason for my question is this. I am considering converting to Orthodoxy, but I am becoming aware of its different traditions / denominations (Chalcedonian and non-Chalcedonian), and I find this intriguing but confusing, and I was wondering if anyone else faced this same situation too.