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Hyperorthodoxy Hy`per*or"tho*dox`y, n.
Orthodoxy pushed to excess.
Orthodoxal Or"tho*dox`al, a.
Pertaining to, or evincing, orthodoxy; orthodox. [R.]
Orthodoxality Or`tho*dox*al"i*ty, n.
Orthodoxally Or"tho*dox`al*ly, adv.
Orthodoxly. [R.] --Milton
Orthodoxastical Or`tho*dox*as"tic*al, a.
Orthodoxical Or`tho*dox"ic*al, a.
Pertaining to, or evincing, orthodoxy; orthodox.
Orthodoxly Or"tho*dox`ly, adv.
In an orthodox manner; with soundness of faith. --Sir W.
Orthodoxness Or"tho*dox`ness, n.
The quality or state of being orthodox; orthodoxy.
The Orthodox Catholic Apostolic Eastern ChurchEastern Church Eastern Church
That portion of the Christian church which prevails in the
countries once comprised in the Eastern Roman Empire and the
countries converted to Christianity by missionaries from
them. Its full official title is The Orthodox Catholic
Apostolic Eastern Church. It became estranged from the
Western, or Roman, Church over the question of papal
supremacy and the doctrine of the filioque, and a separation,
begun in the latter part of the 9th century, became final in
1054. The Eastern Church consists of twelve (thirteen if the
Bulgarian Church be included) mutually independent churches
(including among these the Hellenic Church, or Church of
Greece, and the Russian Church), using the vernacular (or
some ancient form of it) in divine service and varying in
many points of detail, but standing in full communion with
each other and united as equals in a great federation. The
highest five authorities are the patriarch of Constantinople,
or ecumenical patriarch (whose position is not one of
supremacy, but of precedence), the patriarch of Alexandria,
the patriarch of Jerusalem, the patriarch of Antioch, and the
Holy Synod of Russia. The Eastern Church accepts the first
seven ecumenical councils (and is hence styled only
schismatic, not heretical, by the Roman Catholic Church), has
as its creed the Niceno-Constantinopolitan (without the later
addition of the filioque, which, with the doctrine it
represents, the church decisively rejects), baptizes infants
with trine immersion, makes confirmation follow immediately
upon baptism, administers the Communion in both kinds (using
leavened bread) and to infants as well as adults, permits its
secular clergy to marry before ordination and to keep their
wives afterward, but not to marry a second time, selects its
bishops from the monastic clergy only, recognizes the offices
of bishop, priest, and deacon as the three necessary degrees
of orders, venerates relics and icons, and has an elaborate
Meaning of Orthodox from wikipedia
, Orthodoxy, or Orthodoxism
norms, more specifically
to creeds, especially
- The Eastern Orthodox
the Orthodox Catholic
Church, is the second-largest Christian
church, with approximately
- Orthodox Judaism
is a collective
term for the traditionalist branches
Judaism. Theologically, it is chiefly defined
- The Oriental Orthodox communion
of six autocephalous
churches: the Coptic Orthodox Church
of Alexandria, the Syriac Orthodox Church
- In combat sports
such as boxing, an orthodox stance
is one in which
the boxer places
his left foot ****her in front
of the right
foot, thus having
- The name Gr**** Orthodox Church
(Gr****: Ἑλληνορθόδοξη Ἑκκλησία, Ellinorthódoxi Ekklisía, IPA: [elinorˈθoðoksi ekliˈsia]), or Gr**** Orthodoxy, is a term...
- The Russian Orthodox Church
(ROC; Russian: Ру́сская правосла́вная це́рковь, tr. Rússkaya pravoslávnaya tsérkov), alternatively legally known
as the Moscow...
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spin also known
as slow left-arm orthodox
is a type of left-arm finger
off spin bowling
in the sport
- The Syriac Orthodox Church
(Cl****ical Syriac: ܥܺܕܬܳܐ ܣܽܘ̣ܪܝܳܝܬܳܐ ܬܪܺܝܨܰܬ ܫܽܘ̣ܒ̣ܚܳܐ, translit. ʿIto Suryoyto
Triṣaṯ Šuḇḥo; Arabic: الكنيسة السريانية...
- groups within Orthodox
Judaism, all characterized
by a rejection
of modern secular
culture. Its members
are often referred
to as strictly Orthodox