The Orthodox Church.
Over the past few weeks, one of my major projects has been designing and establishing a website for an Orthodox theologian friend of mine. As some of you may know already, I am Coptic Orthodox. Coptic pertaining to my ancestry, heritage, language and identity that stems from the land of Egypt and its original inhabitants (the descendants of the Ancient Egyptians). And the Orthodox part, well, I’ve copied and pasted from the website to explain that bit:
“In a nutshell, the Orthodox Church is the Church established by the Lord Christ upon the foundation of His Holy Disciples. The Orthodox Church is the Church that has mystically maintained a continuous, dynamic, and living communion with the ancient Apostolic Church, according to its faith, praxis, and sacramental life. It is the abode of the Holy Spirit and, hence, the repository of the fullness of truth which finds its expression in the Holy Scriptures, the teachings of the saintly Orthodox Fathers, the holy synods and councils of the Church—first and foremost the Three Ecumenical Councils—and the Liturgical life of the Church. “
So yeah, there you go. Just a little introduction to broaden your knowledge about the Orthodox church.
If you are interested in reading more or just want to check out the website, visit www.erkohet.com
If you have any questions, dont hesitate to ask 🙂