Protopresbyter Peter Heers, PhD., rector of the Holy Prophet Elias in Petrokerasa, Greece, and author of The Ecclesiological Renovation of Vatican II: An Orthodox Examination of Rome’s Ecumenical Theology Regarding Baptism and the Church, his doctoral dissertation completed at the University of Thessaloniki, recently spoke via video with the faithful gathered at the Apostle Paul Orthodox Christian Bookstore in Toronto, discussing various issues surrounding the present Council on the island of Crete, including the history of its preparation and the preparation of the documents under examination at the Council, as well as the disputes over the documents. Several short Q and A videos are offered below, followed by the entire presentation:
The Myth of Pan-Orthodox Approval: Does the Primate or the Synod speak for a Local Church?
The "Relations" document that didn't exist before 2015 (and wasn't even made public until Jan. 2016, after the date for the Council was already set).
The Late Opposition to the Texts and the Council: The Underlying Opposing Views on the Church
Questions & Answers on the Pan-Orthodox Council (Full Presentation)