When questions seems difficult to find an answer, the usual reflex
is to try to discredit the person. The simplest way is to say: "How
dares he? Who is he?" Is this Christian?
Let us suppose that Gregory should decline his identity in more
But what about the substance of what he says?
--- In email@example.com
, "Athanasios Jayne"
> (from the link)
> "My name is Gregory and I am Orthodox.
> I'm interested in the situation in the Russian
> Church and have observed and studied the
> matters pertaining to it. I am not from the
> ROCOR, nor am I from the MP..."
> Well, his claim to Orthodoxy may be as
> debatable as the subject of his post. Why
> the "I'm Gregory X, who is Orthodox, but not
> Y or Z..."? Why the apparent reluctance to
> disclose his identity or jurisdictional
> "He that doeth truth cometh to the light."
> Athanasios Jayne, ROCOR.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, byakimov@c... wrote:
> > Ïîæàëóéñòà çàãëÿíèòå íà íîâûé ôîðóì ÐÏÖÇ www.pravforum.org
> > Please visit our www.pravforum.org
> > http://www.pravforum.org/forum/
> > (In English)