Somewhere on the Internet or in Itunes is a series of talks Metr. Ware did on Salvation in Christ. At the very end of the talks is the Q and A. While it wasn’t related to the theme, one of the members of the audience asked about evolution and Darwin. Ware’s answer is very revealing, both of his own theology and relating to the recent Protestant converts’ use of Ware’s material.
In short, he answered that there is no contradiction between faith and science because they talk about two different forms of knowledge. Faith talks about God-stuff and science talks about science stuff (which usually means, “real stuff”). Whether he is right or not, I ca’nt help but point out this is old-school Christian Century liberalism, or at least the two-storeyed universe that critics of Thomism liked to point out. And he thinks this is a good thing.
As many others have noted, the most Protestant people on the planet are the Protestant converts to Orthodoxy (compare Hyperdox Herman to Cradle Christopher). To their credit, these Protestant converts are very conservative in worldview and theology. They also endorse Ware, whose theological foundations are very liberal, even if he tweaks his conclusions to be very conservative.