Second, the Emergent movement shows an attraction to elements of Orthodoxy.
The Orthodox churches represent a specific tradition in theology.
The Orthodox Church considers the LXX more reliable than the MT, as there is evidence that the Masoretes tampered with the translation to make Christian claims about Christ more difficult, and removed several books.
Those books and portions of books in the LXX not present in the MT (the “Apocrypha”) were removed from the Christian Bible by Protestants, who mistakenly believed the books to be uninspired. The Orthodox statement on the true God is consistent with biblical teaching.
There are about 5 million members of Orthodox churches in the United States. The Greek Orthodox Diocese of America gives a detailed statement of its fundamental teachings on its website. It is a concise declaration of Orthodox theology.