Re: Using 'x' as short cut for Christ
- The X is a shortened form of the Greek word Xristos. The full form would be XP.
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With all respect,Jacobite are always considered as a 'easy target' for anyone to attack.The reason may be since Jacobite families mostly comes from "farming" communiites,they are not known to the tricks of this world.
Jacobite church are just being closed here and there but not a single church closed by Jacobites.
Even see the drama - When the Miracle happened at KATTACHIRA palli - Orthodox called its a "Thattippu". So much of hatredness these guys have!
You tell me who is acting? Who is creating issues? Now the Judiciary itself is in Scandals? If someone says that the so called order favoring Orthodoxians are "manufactured" - Can you reject it?
Is it good to say on TV - India VIsion - Sunday (SPL Correspondent), Some Dr Joseph telling that there is no Jacobites in this world?
Should we accept that and let all Jacobites go to some other church or start own church (Which is again a stunt - they didnt allow Parumala new church)
What is this? Some RICH people guiding a section to distroy another christians?
What dispute are you talking about
--- In SOCM-FORUM@yahoogroups.com, Dr. George K John wrote:
> Dear All,
> Talking about unity among the faithful of Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church creates confusion because these faithful attend the sacraments together, eat together and live together. The division is seen in court cases and public meetings. The points of differences are not seen any where in the liturgy. In short, the public agglutinate to a faction because of local majority opinion to safe guard the social decorum ans peace. Those who are extremists become martyrs for that group only not for the holy church.