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orthodox

Conventional; conforming with generally accepted standards of practice.
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In their sad doubts as to whether their son had himself any right whatever to the title he claimed for the unknown young woman, Mr and Mrs Clare began to feel it as an advantage not to be overlooked that she at least was sound in her views; especially as the conjunction of the pair must have arisen by an act of Providence; for Angel never would have made orthodoxy a condition of his choice.
Honest orthodoxy Cecil respected, but he always assumed that honesty is the result of a spiritual crisis; he could not imagine it as a natural birthright, that might grow heavenward like flowers.
The longstanding philosophical orthodoxy on counterfactuals holds, in part, that counterfactuals with metaphysically impossible antecedents ("counterpossibles") are indiscriminately vacuously true.
Among the topics are Owen's theological spirituality: navigating perceived threats in a changing world, his reception in early modernity, whether the right to punish is a private or public right: Owen's debate with the Socinians on the uis puniendi in the context of early modern developments, Owen as a modern theologian: a comparison of ecclesial catholicity in Cyprian and Owen, and his view of happiness compared with orthodoxy and modernity.
Others such as the historian David Henkin claim that many of Trump's Orthodox supporters "are the descendants (literally, in many cases) of Jews to whom the white nationalism of the post-1965 Republican Party was already resonating 30 or 40 years ago in debates about affirmative action, segregation, colonialism, and law enforcement." Both theories, however, overlook Orthodoxy's own position on anti-Semitism and the crucible in which it was formed.
Social Change and Halakhic Evolution in American Orthodoxy. By Chaira Waxman.
Eliot both employed the concepts of orthodoxy and heresy to evaluate the work and influence of some of the most prominent writers of their day.
This book is the result of the teamwork of four authors active in Prague--two of them at the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University and two at the International Baptist Theological Seminary--as part of a larger research project on Orthodoxy. The foreword of the book is signed by John Behr, who considers it "the first attempt to convey the multi-faceted ways that Orthodox theology has taken over recent centuries" and "a wonderful contribution to scholarship and to the Orthodox tradition" (p.
Summary: Prime Minister Saad Hariri Monday received delegations from the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy, Arab Parliamentary Union and the Lebanese University.
Download Aoun to Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy (IAO): Lebanese community respects freedom of belief NNA - President of the Republic, Michel Aoun, reiterated on Saturday that the "Lebanese community respects the freedom of belief of all religions, setting the example of an international center for religious and civilizations' dialogue in the world." Aoun also considered Lebanon as a "role model" for coexistence between sects and religions.
A Church of the Poor: Pope Francis and the Transformation of Orthodoxy