156) Orthodoxy is an Anachronistic Religion
(see also Oxymoronic Religion)
a thing belonging or appropriate to a period other than that in which it exists, especially a thing that is conspicuously old-fashioned:
• [ mass noun ] the action of attributing something to a period to which it does not belong.
Eastern Orthodoxy draws much of its fake authority from essentially absurd anachronisms. The uniforms for instance are based on the now dead fashions of the Roman Empire. The entire Roman Empire from top to toe was evil. When it "converted" to "Christianity" it was always Constantinian Shift Christianity, that is violent state dominated sacerdotalism. So why does inventing a uniform for a priest to wear based on Roman Empire fashions become "part of the Faith"???
Lets all ride horses and camels, and sit on the floor instead of on chairs, because that is what happened at the time of Jesus. Their bishops crowns are supposedly based on these type of anachronistic "authority".
The defence of Orthodoxy to the silly anachronisms of their faith is to make inverted anachronistic memes like "Pastor Dave buried his KJV bible in 300 AD", or "You have drink machines and projectors in your churches, where is that in the bible?". The Greeks are said to be an intelligent nation, but playing sophist games like this with the theme of anachronisms is rather immature and insincere. The games will go on, but it does not change the fact that using a Roman Calendar as part of "The Faith" is simply heresy and pseudo authoritarian.
156) Orthodoxy is an Anachronistic Faith (see 162): the sinister use of uniforms in the faith, and crowns and miters, is based on anachronistic comparisons with the old Roman Empire's clothing. Same with architecture and artifacts. They draw pseudo authority from an Empire that was from the start always evil. (conceptual)
( hypocrisy )