Introduction to Orthodoxy for Protestants/Non-Denom (Episode 1) – The Church


Thank you for watching. Next episode will be on Scripture. Please share with Protestant/Non-denominational friends and family that might be interested in learning about Orthodoxy.

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Sebastian Lopez

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  1. Eastern Orthodox only true Church Apologetics says:

    another awesome video brother. keepem coming. God Bless you.

  2. Skeleton says:

    As an Non-Denominational Protestant looking into orthodoxy, this is great, thank you very much.

  3. Colin Atterbury says:

    I'm very much a noob when it comes to historical church teachings. I'm currently in a protestant church. One thing that our Pastor advocates is the idea of home church and that the body of Christ is more than just the four walls of a building. He prefaces this by saying that the early Christians were persecuted and couldn't gather in public and thus would gather in secret at each others homes to learn the teachings of Christ. How does this stack up to the church needing to be visible and physical in your teaching?

  4. Matthew M. says:

    I will be sharing this with my family members, thanks!

  5. PlayrPaul says:

    Great video. Orthodox ASMR too lol

  6. Rhah Nabunaid says:

    Looking forward to the rest of this series! Thanks.

  7. Werd Nnam says:

    I’m Orthodox dude, but this isn’t a good video. Any competent Protestant could refute this.

  8. Frederick Winfield says:

    No true Protestant considers the Jehovah's Witnesses or Oneness Pentecostals to be Protestant or even Christian. We consider them to be heretical cults. Christ deals with and judges individual and local churches in the book of Revelation..(where is this infallible, monolithic and outwardly formal unity whereof you are claiming?) And if the church is infallible, why did the Lord threaten Ephesus with having its candlestick removed for having lost its first love? Was it not definitely founded and pastored by 2 Apostles? Were they not at least some point Apostolic by your definition? Also, the historically Reformed do believe and confess a visible/ invisible church distinction (admittedly with some differences to the definition you are using). It's sorry to say that some if not maybe most professing evangelicals are too ignorant of Scripture and also what is extant in Church History to be able to interact with the Eastern Orthodox view. I hope to be one of them, and will be watching your videos as you release them.

  9. Joel McCracken says:

    Excellent video! Thanks for posting this!

  10. Michael Joseph says:

    "Individualists that stay at home and larp as 'christians'" Sola Larpo

  11. Shahid Aziz says:

    Off topic here, but what icon is that? It’s beautiful. Great video by the way. God Bless You.

  12. JL-CptAtom says:

    The reformation principles are all refuted by scripture. All five are laughably bad.