Who do you consider to be the most orthodox Orthodox theologians?

Your bishop can be in error too. At Florence, most bishops advocated for reunion. The Fathers were right on most things, hence why we consider them Fathers.

You can go read what lots of other Fathers wrote on this, and they all say the same thing. None say Christ and the Father were separated, and this was one of the heresies of Nestorius.

Metropolitan Kallistos got the idea from his Anglican past. This is a common Protestant idea. This is a good example of why people should spend more time reading the Fathers and less time reading modern writers who are often unknowingly advocating heresies because these writers themselves spend little time reading the Fathers.

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