I'm a baby when it comes to theological arguments and principles, so I skip any of his theological debates with other denominations (including his debates with Catholics). I prefer to take my theological questions to my Priest, who can dumb it down for me. I watch Jay for his philosophical arguments against atheists and his esoteric/pop-culture material (both of which I have some formal training / background in).No one should listen to Jay Dyer, particularly Catholics.
Yes, he is intelligent, well read, but so was the devil so don't be enamored. Jay Dyer oozes pride, this was my impression before knowing anything about him and listening to a conversation interview he had with Roosh a while back. His aggressive assault against Cathollicism shows his stripes.
He has converted and reverted between Churches I believe 4 or 5 times. Switching from Baptism to Calvinism, then to Catholicism, then E.O. then back to Catholic, now EO again. With perhaps some kaballah and atheism somewhere in there.
Theological differences with Eastern Churches aside, when you see into his life, his "inconsistencies" to be charitable, he isn't someone you should be taking your advice from. Take your advice from people who are solidly grounded in their faith, and that doesn't mean 2-5 years. And not someone who gets stoned and reads scripture.
This is a breakdown from a Sedevacantist who claims to have had dialogue with Dyer back in the day.
As for that video, I'm not too interested in hearing what a Sedevacantist has to say about anything.