orthopraxy


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orthopraxy

 [or´tho-prak″se]
mechanical correction of deformities.
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This ambiguity stems from the tempering effect of the Sangha's centrality in Siamese Buddhism, and of Thammayut-derived orthodoxy and orthopraxy on the impassioned idealism of a young generation.
To fight off these jinns who attack "weak beings", they invoke the divine protection obtained by unwavering faith, meticulous orthopraxy and irreproachable morals.
Ritual, cultural standardization, and orthopraxy in China.
In a case of India, it appears that the multiple tradition, with preeminence on orthopraxy, is the basis for the "pure other" who nonetheless is but one thread in the vast tapestry of Mother India.
In religious terms, this need is met by practices and rituals with their repetitive nature: specifically Islamic orthopraxy that itself occupies precise spaces and times in believer's everyday life, takes on a special meaning in the situation of pluralistic and pluralized modernity.
Chrislam's emphasis on orthopraxy (correct religious practice) rather than orthodoxy (correct belief and doctrinal conformity) prompts us to search for an approach to religion that moves beyond abstract theological paradigms and is more responsive to everyday religious practice.
These private schools receive funding from the Muslim leaders influenced from Arab Muslim orthopraxy. The fees are waived or mostly funded in the private schools as community provide funding, regardless these schools are set up outside the compounds of the mosque and these religious schools called in local language as "zhuanke xuexiao" which provide "Special Knowledge", the school of Muslim Culture / musilin wenhua xuexiao or the schools of Sino-Arabic, called zhong a xuexiao in a local language.
Furthermore, most participants reported that professors had influenced their faith to at least some degree through modeling faith-learning integration and practicing embodied integration (i.e., personally applying unifying theological and psychological truths in one's life through orthodoxy and orthopraxy; Farnsworth, 1982).
It's been a long wait, but I can vouchsafe the sincerity and integrity of many laypeople paralyzed by the micromanaging of orthodoxy and orthopraxy by bishops and priests.
Utilizing orthopraxy, we see the theological task as knowing God through lived experience rather than simply understanding things about God.
At least publicly, Rosicrucians did not share one single metaphysics, that spread from (pagan) pantheism to (Christian) theism, one could say from orthopraxy to orthodoxy.
Brra Kwe made several important decisions that many local Christians followed: he replaced the Irigwe belief system and practices associated with local spirits with Christian orthopraxy, destroyed at least one sacred object, started to modify marriage practices, was baptized, became a member of the church, modeled preaching to people other than the Irigwe, and, according to church historian Musa Gaiya, began the "close association of the church with the Irigwe political set-up, which has continued to the present." (39) Brra Kwe represents one of the thousands of Africans who played important roles in advancing the cause of Christianity but whose stories scarcely appear in the annals of written history.