Mano, D. Keith
July 1979
National Review;7/20/1979, Vol. 31 Issue 29, p931
The article discusses the reasons for leaving the Episcopal Church to become a member of the Orthodox Church. It tells of the disagreement and misunderstandings with changes in doctrines and practices of the Episcopal Church, and some factors that convinced the author to become a member of the Orthodox Church.


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