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The Sign of the Cross – The Byzantine Catechism 3

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Who is God? The Byzantine Catechism 2

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What is Catholicism? The Byzantine Catechism 1

What is Catholicism and what makes it special. Cole Webb Harter explains in The Byzantine Catechism. Continue reading

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Why I’m Not an Orthodox Christian: Intermittent Orthodoxy

When all is said and done, when we’ve argued theology and doctrine into the ground, the only issue that REALLY matters in the Catholic and Orthodox dialogue is the role, rights, and authority of the Bishop of Rome in the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. Continue reading

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Why I’m Not an Orthodox Christian: Byzantinism

The Orthodox Church is stuck in a quagmire of second-millennial Byzantine isolationism, similar to the Catholic Church’s enslavement to neo-Scholasticism in the period between the first and second Vatican councils Continue reading

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