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orthodox

Conventional; conforming with generally accepted standards of practice.

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adj in medical practice, conventional, relating to currently accepted majority standards. See also medicine, conventional; hypothesis; and model, medical.
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This chapter also offers a brief summary of the early history of Orthodoxy in America, focusing on Russian and Greek Orthodoxy, as well as on the beginnings of the Orthodox diaspora in France, Germany, and Great Britain.
This resulted in a series of books and numerous articles that have uncovered an endless trove of often unknown and, for the most part, undocumented chapters in the history of American Orthodoxy.
Hariri met at the Grand Serail with a delegation of the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy headed by its secretary-general, Greek MP Andreas Michailidis.
The main reasons for this deplorable state of affairs are an ideologization of the Byzantine and patristic heritage as well as the nineteenth-century national revival for which the function of Orthodoxy was legitimating the nation (a phenomenon that can also be observed in Russia today).
Coleman's collection, only a sample of which space constraints have permitted here, emerges as strikingly important as Orthodoxy moves into the twenty-first century.
Meyers often fails to acknowledge contradictory evidence, especially in his evaluations of orthodoxy within church history.
of Modern Orthodoxy makes a positive and substantive contribution to the field and moves the state of knowledge along further.
It connects ecological to spiritual crisis, offering analysis of Christian perspectives, orthodoxy, and the environment and nature, and it provides religious academics with discussions of human and world image, orthodoxy, the history of ecopolitics and church involvements, and much more.
Volen Siderov, the controversial leader of Bulgariaas ultranationalist Ataka party, has been elected to lead the Bulgarian Parliamentas delegation to the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy.
Hard sayings; the rhetoric of Christian orthodoxy in late modern fiction.
s motivation is not simply to relay the facts about Orthodoxy but to invite participation in the mystery of divine-human communion.
There is a distinct set of conservative converts to Eastern Orthodoxy, which depending on your perspective either left, or was left by, Roman Catholicism in the Great Schism of 1054.