To all those who have continued to wait for my continuing thoughts and experiences in Orthodoxy, I apologize for the late arrival of this one. Things are and will likely continue to be very busy over this Summer, but I am hoping to get some posting done. To that end,
Time to get down to business. I have, in my previous 2 chapters, criticized the protestant church in America, and spoken positively about my experiences in the Orthodox church. Notably, I have pointed out both liturgical and theological issues that I have with the protestant church, while at the same
I was pleasantly surprised by the responses I received on my previous chapter, where my main focus remained firmly on my past exposure to many protestant churches and a set of assertions on the state of modern, American, protestant churches. Indeed, I meant to be slightly abrupt in my statements:
Many of you who read my blog will already know that I am seriously considering and studying the Orthodox church. Those of you whom I see regularly in person must readily acknowledge my barely contained excitement as I recount this or that tidbit of the church as I uncover it.