In another thread, Orthodox writes:
"Our canon could have been always believed. It may not have been. It could be somewhere in between. I don't care I have an infallible church."
Isn't Eastern Orthodoxy supposed to always hold the same Traditions? Didn't Orthodox tell us that his denomination clarifies issues when a dispute arises? There have been disagreements about the Old Testament canon for many centuries. Where has Eastern Orthodoxy infallibly settled those disputes? List your Old Testament canon for us, Orthodox. And tell us where Eastern Orthodoxy has infallibly taught that canon.