I'm an Evangelical, inquiring into Orthodox faith. A Baptist gentelman asked me this recently during a conversation when i told him about deciding to attend Orthodox church. His statement was that in Scrupture, it states"call no man Father". do you have an explanation on why you call priest "father"?
Technically, we do not call our priests "Fathers". We call them "papas" (or babas, or abbas) which is an endearment meaning "Daddy" or "Little Father". The word in Greek is entirely different from "father" Protestants, bereft of the complete truth and tradition (in this case Greek language), come up with this supposed issue all the time. It is only an issue for them.
Christ's restriction on calling someone Father, which we do in the OCA, is based on a particular circumstance. It has been written about noting that He and the Apostles use the term and we can find references to it throughout the Bible. Simply Google the Orthodox view on the subject and you will find reference material.