I agree. Rather than eradicate Christians explicitly, the antichrist agenda seems to be taking over its highest offices…merging them under one big umbrella…and then changing all the dogmas, definitions, and morals from within.
The Orthodox Church is largely capable of withstanding this tactic, which worked against Roman Catholicism because doctrinal innovation has become part of the Vatican's teaching, and the Catholic Church's structure means that all you have to do is to convince the Pope to accept modernism and then the Cardinals and bishops will follow. Among us EOs, you'll have to convince 10 patriarchs and 3 or 4 heads of autocephalous churches to achieve the same outcome.
It would be wonderful if we could have a unified Church once again. However, there is no way that this can be done by means of compromising on the Truth. All the other churches would have to become Orthodox for it to happen.
The Great Schism can be mended in only two ways:
Either the See of Rome accepts the equal status of all the other patriarchates, renounces papal infallibility, and perhaps allow some big Catholic archdioceses to become autocephalous;
Or for the 14 Orthodox churches decide that Rome was in the right all along and submit to the supreme authority of the Pope.
Which of the two outcomes will the Orthodox who hold steadfastly accept for obvious reasons? Apparently the Uniate patriarchs are between the Pope and the Cardinals in the order of precedence, but we all know in practice that they're nothing more than glorified bishops and the Cardinals hold the real power right under the Pope.
For those who are unsure whether Mormons, and other fringe "Christians" are truly Christians, these verses should clear that up. We have nothing in common with those who deny the Holy Trinity. Obviously, we have nothing in common with Jews, Muslims, and pagans.
That won't matter to the modernist Papacy who thinks that Christians and heathens alike worship the same God. I could literally make up a syncretist sect right now and pass it off as Christian by being in communion with Francis.
I don’t find the concept of Judeo-Christian society common amongst orthodox and Catholics. It’s bigger in protestant circles.
It's the result of the infiltration of the Zionist ideology in Protestant churches, starting with the Scofield Bible which promoted the doctrine of dispensationalism. And Protestants are more susceptible to the "Judeo-Christian" heresy because they reject Orthodox or Catholic tradition and apostolic succession. If one thinks that the Church "fell" in the 4th Century because of Constantine (and thus needs to be reformed 12 centuries later by Luther), and if Catholics are pagans pretending to be Christians, then the only sensible route is to assume a common ground with the Christ-rejecting Jews
Others faiths like Islam and Baha’i disagree on the role of Christ but they weren’t founded as an explicit rejection in order “to not be Christian” like modern Judaism. This makes eccumenism with Jews strange.
Not sure about the Baha'i religion, but Islam is also founded on an explicit rejection of Christ's divinity.