Author Topic: MOVED: the image of a non-Chalcedonian saint found in the Chalcedonian Orthodox Church  (Read 735 times)

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Offline Fr. George

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While it isn't "over-the-top" polemical, 99% of the thread is dedicated to issues between EO and OO (conversions, saints, and the naming stuff), which makes it more appropriate for the Private Forum dedicated to that purpose.

So without further adieu...

This topic has been moved to Eastern/Oriental Orthodox Private Discussions.
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