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orthodox

Religion conforming to the Christian faith as established by the early Church

Orthodox

1. of or relating to the Orthodox Church of the East
2. 
a. of or relating to Orthodox Judaism
b. (of an individual Jew) strict in the observance of Talmudic law and in personal devotions
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His Thesis on the French Revolution was noteworthy in college annals, not merely for its painstaking and voluminous accuracy, but for the fact that it was the dryest, deadest, most formal, and most orthodox screed ever written on the subject.
So he cut down even the orthodox ration and tried to increase the day's travel.
The Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas on Jan.
BETHLEHEM, January 6, 2018 (WAFA) -- Syrian Orthodox Patriarchal Vicar of the Holy Land and Jordan, Archbishop Mar Swerios Malki Murad, was the first to arrive in Bethlehem on Saturday marking the beginning of the Christmas celebration for the orthodox churches in Palestine.
This article will focus on the mission of the Eastern Orthodox church in Africa today.
The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has taken a step towards possible eventual recognition of Macedonia's Orthodox Church, a rapprochement that echoes a warming of relations between the governments of the two Balkan neighbors.
The Holy Synod of the Bulgarian Orthodox Church (BOC) decided at its meeting Monday, 27 November, to argue for the canonical status of the Macedonian Orthodox Church-Ohrid Archbishopric (MOC-OA) before the other Orthodox Churches, Nova Makedonija reports.
From 20 to 26 June 2016, following a century of preparatory work, the Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church met on the island of Crete.
Modern Orthodox Judaism: A Documentary History, part of the Jewish Publication Society/University of Nebraska Series JPS Anthologies of Jewish Thought, edited by Zev Eleff, is a superb volume.
Orthodox Jews are partly a reason for the difference.
Modern Orthodox Judaism: A Documentary History" by Zev Eleff (Chief Academic Officer of the Hebrew Theological College, Chicago, Illinois) offers an extensive selection of primary texts documenting the Orthodox encounter with American Judaism that led to the emergence of the Modern Orthodox movement.
Pope Francis on Saturday said Mass for unusually small crowd of just a few thousand Catholics in Georgia, a celebration that was further dampened when a delegation from the Orthodox Church stayed away.

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