"British Orthodoxy"
(11-09-2019, 04:36 PM)newenglandsun Wrote: Your history focuses on the issue of liturgical rites with St. John Chrysostom being "Orthodox". But that's not what is being referred to by "British Orthodoxy". This would be what would be being discussed.

Go back and read the OP. That's not what is being discussed. Western Rite Orthodoxy is a very late development in the 19th & 20th centuries. What's being asked about is the idea, prevalent in Orthodox circles, that the Church in Britain was Eastern Orthodox in theology, obedience, and (possibly) liturgy in the early to middle mediæval period. I've run across it on any number of sites.
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Why is this nearly 4 year old thread now at the top of the pile?

(Aside from the fact that I just replied to it ...)

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