User talk:Julius

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[[User:Magda|—magda (talk)]] 16:15, 29 Sep 2005 (EDT)

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Please see the Church Calendar style manual for adding commemorations. For other articles, you may find that browsing through the overall style manual is useful. As opposed to Wikipedia's style, it is standard in OrthodoxWiki to link to a particular page only once per article or section. [[User:Magda|—magda (talk)]] 16:12, 4 Oct 2005 (EDT)

Your attack on the Coptic Church of Alexandria

Please carefully read HH Pope Shenouda III's The Nature of Christ before attacking us! Also watch HH Patriarch Bartholomew I video and his comments on the Coptic Church and her perfect Christological position. Those who invented monothelism were the Greek Orthodox. "The ease with which Egypt was conquered by Muslims appears to have been due to the treachery of the governor of Egypt, Patriarch Cyrus [1], Melchite (i.e., Byzantine/Chalcedonian Orthodox, not Coptic) Patriarch of Alexandria, and the incompetence of the generals of the Byzantine forces. Cyrus had persecuted the local Coptic Christians. He is one of the authors of monothelism, a seventh century heresy, and some supposed him to have been secretly a convert to Islam." I appeal to Fr John to interfere in this matter, and until resolved I won't be contributing to Orthodox Wiki any longer. In Christ, --Arbible

Thanks, and Official Statements

Many thanks, Brother Julius. Please forgive me, a great sinner, and remember me in your fervent prayers.

You may find these Official Statements useful for the ongoing discussion/planned article:

http://www.orthodoxunity.org/state01.html

http://www.orthodoxunity.org/state02.html

http://www.orthodoxunity.org/state04.html

Other related documents: http://www.orthodoxunity.org/statements.html

Response posted

Please see my comment at User_talk:FrJohn. Thanks!

Thanks. Please check out 'Talk:Fourth Ecumenical Council'

http://www2.orthodoxwiki.org/Talk:Fourth_Ecumenical_Council

Thank you very much+ arbible

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