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Atheism is not a religion. The correct designation for me under religion would be 'none'.
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Atheism is not a religion. The correct designation for me under religion would be 'none'.

I have replaced atheism with none as a religious group in my demographic survey.
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Thank you. The answer to the other question is none of your business.
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I'm more Orthodox than Anglican. The CoE barely exists today as a recognisably Christian Church. Although I disagree with the Catholics about it never having valid orders, with women bishops it won't do soon enough.
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I'm more Orthodox than Anglican. The CoE barely exists today as a recognisably Christian Church. Although I disagree with the Catholics about it never having valid orders, with women bishops it won't do soon enough.

Have you converted to the Orthodox Church?

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Should western christianity be organised in the same way as eastern christianity as right now it is split in three whilst eastern is all one block?
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Should western christianity be organised in the same way as eastern christianity as right now it is split in three whilst eastern is all one block?

No, because the three Eastern Christian denominations predate the Protestant Reformation. I want to organise the Christian denominations in the following way:
Pre-Reformation Eastern Christianity
Pre-Reformation Western Christianity
Protestantism.

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Have you converted to the Orthodox Church?



I'm not a catechumen or confirmed, if that is what you mean, but then I no longer attend an Anglican Church either. Undefined, undeclared, or something like that would be best for me. I'm also something of a (Platonic) perennialist or universalist, and these days I go back and forth about leaving Christianity entirely for another faith.
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I'm not a catuchmen or confirmed, if that is what you mean, but then I no longer attend an Anglican Church either.

Why haven't you converted to the Orthodox Church yet, if you prefer Orthodox Christianity to Anglicanism?
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Partly for the reason given in the edit of that post - lol leaving the CoE, and being a perennialist inspired by Corbin and others, I have taken the opportunity to consider other faiths (just about all major ones, to be honest). But it's also partly because I didn't live near an Orthodox parish til recently. Also joining an Orthodox parish is a little daunting in Sydney (and much of the West), as they tend to be quite ethnically homogeneous. The Serbian Orthodox parish closest to where I used to live, for example, was almost all people from the Serbian community; the Coptic one second closest was almost all Egyptian Copts, etc. Obviously, that on its own wouldn't be enough to out me off, or shouldn't be, and I am sure people would be relatively welcoming, but it's more daunting than when I started going to an Anglican Church here.
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Partly for the reason given in the edit of that post - lol leaving the CoE, and being a perennialist inspired by Corbin and others, I have taken the opportunity to consider other faiths (just about all major ones, to be honest). But it's also partly because I didn't live near an Orthodox parish til recently. Also joining an Orthodox parish is a little daunting in Sydney (and much of the West), as they tend to be quite ethnically homogeneous. The Serbian Orthodox parish closest to where I used to live, for example, was almost all people from the Serbian community; the Coptic one second closest was almost all Egyptian Copts, etc. Obviously, that on its own wouldn't be enough to out me off, or shouldn't be, and I am sure people would be relatively welcoming, but it's more daunting than when I started going to an Anglican Church here.

The Coptic Church isn't Orthodox. The Coptic Church is Miaphysite. 
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