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KURDS ARMENIANS WILL HAVE THEIR OWN STATE,TURKEY WILL PAY FOR THE crimes- The Armenians will have their own property, Turkey will pay for the crimes they have committed, will invade in the Aegean and will be their last move. they will be destroyed, England will help the Russians, but they will have disagriment in Constantinople, thus will be given to the Greeks. Elder Paisios According to the prophecy of Saint from Greece, in the short term Turkey will be defeated,in the war with Russia and will disappear from the face of the earth as a state. Turkey was not blessed by God, it did not regret the barbarity and genocide of the Armenian people. The city of Constantinople will go to Greece. The third part of the Turks accepts the orthodox faith and the other Turks to give up their homeland forever. KARMA WILL PAY OFF

Saturday, April 7, 2018

Orthodoxy can never accept such an ecclesiology

The Ecumenical Movement takes as its guiding principle the Protestant view of the Church. Protestants hold that there is no single truth and no single visible Church, but that each of the many Christian denominations possesses a particle of the truth, and that these relative truths can, by means of dialogue, lead to the One Truth and the One Church. One of the ways of attaining this unity, as perceived by the ideologues of the Ecumenical Movement, is the holding of joint prayers and religious services, so that in time communion from a common chalice (intercommunion) may be achieved.

Orthodoxy can never accept such an ecclesiology. It believes and bears witness that there is no need to assemble particles of the truth, since the Orthodox Church is the repository of the fullness of the Truth, which was given to Her on the day of Holy Pentecost.

For the Orthodox, joint prayer and Communion at the liturgy is an expression of an already existing unity within the bounds of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. St. Irenaeus of Lyons (2nd century) concisely expressed this: "Our Faith is in accord with the Eucharist, and the Eucharist confirms our Faith." The Holy Fathers of the Church teach that the members of the Church comprise the Church - the Body of Christ - because in the Eucharist they partake of the Body and the Blood of Christ. Outside the Eucharist and Communion there is no Church. Communing together would be an admission that all those receiving Communion belong to the One Apostolic Church, whereas the realities of Christian history even of our time unfortunately point out the deep dogmatic and ecclesiastical division of the Christian world.

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