We are faithful Christians who follow the original teachings of Jesus Christ, which were passed down to the Apostles and have been preserved through what is known as Apostolic Tradition, also known as orthodoxy. We are against radical and revisionist modern Protestant Christians who deviate from authentic and original Christian beliefs and practices.
Orthodox Christianity is not a new or innovative movement, but rather, it is a continuation of the ancient Christian faith that has been preserved through the centuries. Our faith is based on the teachings of Jesus Christ as recorded in the Holy Bible, as well as on the teachings of the early Christian Church, which were passed down through the Apostles.
One of the key aspects of Orthodox Christianity is the emphasis on the Holy Trinity. We believe in one God who exists as three distinct persons – the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit. This belief is central to our understanding of God and is reflected in our worship and practices.
Another important aspect of Orthodox Christianity is our emphasis on the importance of the sacraments. We believe that the sacraments, such as baptism and the Eucharist, are a means of grace that allow us to experience the presence of God in our lives. These sacraments have been practiced by the Church since its earliest days, and we continue to observe them today.
Our faith is not based on individual interpretations of scripture or personal opinions about what constitutes "true" Christianity. Rather, we look to the teachings of the early Church, as well as the Holy Bible, to guide us in our beliefs and practices. This commitment to tradition and continuity is what sets us apart from other Christian movements.
In addition to our commitment to Apostolic Tradition and the ancient Christian faith, we also want to emphasize that we are against radical and revisionist modern Protestant Christians who deviate from traditional Christian beliefs and practices.
While we recognize the importance of religious freedom and individual interpretation of scripture, we also believe that there are certain core beliefs and practices that are essential to the Christian faith. These include the belief in the Holy Trinity, the importance of the sacraments, and the authority of the Bible and the teachings of the early Church.
Unfortunately, there are some modern Protestant Christians who promote new interpretations of Christian doctrine and scripture that deviate from these traditional Christian beliefs and practices. This can result in confusion and division within the Christian community, as well as a loss of the rich spiritual heritage that has been passed down through the centuries.
We are faithful Christians who follow the original teachings of Jesus given to the Apostles through Apostolic Tradition. We hold fast to the ancient Christian faith, as it has been practiced and preserved through the centuries, and we invite all those who seek to know Christ to join us in this faith journey.