Orthodox Doctrine

The Sources of Orthodox Doctrine .

The words "Doctrine" and "Heresy" and "Anathema" are all linked together. The Protestants / Evangelicals / Anabaptists all have different beliefs on this to the Orthodox and Catholics, and the Catholics and the Orthodox believe similar things but deny each other as the authority base.

 

Protestant:

1) Doctrine - a definite teaching revealed by the Holy Spirit from scripture, in a personal relationship with God with the believer, (to be distinguished from a persuasion - that is convinced in their mind to different percentages, but as yet unconfirmed in their relationship with God).

2) Heresy - a serious contradiction of new covenant law, or that which is revealed in new covenant scripture.

3) Anathema - the curse of God, used by God. under only his decision making.

 

SOURCE :

The Bible and the Holy Spirit.

Orthodox:

1) Doctrine - a definite teaching revealed through "Holy Catholic Apostolic Faith" bishops, in Creeds, (creed canons) and Ecumenical councils. note: they claim these councils and bishops are guided by the Holy Spirit.

2) Heresy - contradicting the said bogus bishops, and Titular Head of their Church.

3) Anathema - the curse of God put upon people via pseudo-Christianized voodoo ceremonies.

important note: in Galatians 1: 6-9 God declares the clergy of the Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholic religions "anathema" or under his curse, for preaching another gospel, by adding works and priestcraft (and a whole avalanche of other things), into  salvation, which is in reality in Christ alone.

ORTHODOX SOURCE 1 : CREEDS :

under construction

The Orthodox Church in America

           a Puppet of Russia.

Post-reconciliation schism:

Critics of the reunification argue that "the hierarchy in Moscow still has not properly addressed the issue of KGB infiltration of the church hierarchy during the Soviet period."

( so.... you are potentially confessing

your sins to the KGB / FSB or FSS in America,

as Russian rules over the USA church jurisdiction in Orthodoxy!!)

Founded in 1794 — Granted Autocephaly in 1970 by Russia  -  denied autocephaly by the Ecumenical Patriarchate.

see Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia [c]

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