What are the beliefs of Greek Orthodox?

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I am Greek Orthodox myself, so this is simple. We believe that God exists. He is in 3 supreme forms: Father, Son (Jesus) and Holy Spirit. Old Calendar Christians (the whole calendar was switched around in around the 1600's, so the old calendar is 13
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Orthodox Christians believe in a single God who is both three and one (triune): Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, "one in essence and undivided". The Holy Trinity is three "unconfused" and distinct divine persons.
Eastern Christianity stresses a way of life and belief that is expressed particularly through worship.
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