Martin Luther’s chief interest in the Eastern Question lay in the belief that the Grand Turk was Antichrist: though he had an alternative candidate in the person of the Pope.
This article is an historical account of the “Lutheran” attempt for approval from the Eastern Orthodox in regards to The Confession of Augsburg.
BY FR. ANDREW STEPHEN DAMICK – ORTHODOX CHRISTIANITY vs. NON-ORTHODOX DOCTRINE –> Start Audio
Start date: October 2009 –655 minutes, 3 seconds in 17 episodes
Discover how Orthodox Christianity and non-Orthodox doctrine differ and why it matters to your spiritual journey. The notes for this series are available at Fr. Andrew’s parish web site at St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church in Emmaus, PA. Read the rest of this entry »