Right, so, post title a bit misleading. I finished the chapter last night, but to be perfectly honest, I don't feel like doing even a short recap.
Instead, I'm just going to say that the last chapter was just as good and informative as the rest of the book. I've finished it, and I feel like I learned a lot. The author has an excellent writing style, very easy and personable. Giving out pertinent information without over loading the reader. Conversational, almost.
I'd recommend the book to anyone who wants to learn more about Orthodoxy, however, the author does write based on the assumption that the reader has a basic grasp on history and the Church itself. So, I'd also recommend that the reader read two other books first:
The Orthodox Church & The Orthodox Way by Kallistos Ware. They're the books I started with (thanks to a recommendation from Alana) and I think they form an excellent basic understanding from which one can move on and build upon with other books.
I've pulled the name of my next book out of a bag, and it is....Anything Goes, which is a biography of an actor I love, John Barrowman. So. Fun stuff!