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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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Western Rite Orthodoxy as manifested in the Antiochian Western Rite Vicariate is a body that has grown to its present state due to conflict and schism.
But his remark was accurate in that Orthodoxy is deeply skeptical of rationalism in religion.
Edwards concludes his argument for the shifting playing fields of orthodoxy and heresy with an analysis of the debates leading up to Chalcedon.
While Kraut admirably presents the details of Yavneh's student leadership and advisors, publications and programs, internal politics and relations with other organizations, the major contribution of this study is the author's presentation of Yavneh within the context of modern Orthodoxy over the past half century.
Soon after the bloody crackdown on Tiananmen, a new orthodoxy replaced Chinese Marxism: Chinese nationalism.
The conversion to orthodoxy was influenced by Chesterton's personal background, and by social and political events, especially the growth of the Empire, the South African War, the emergence of 'modern' views of the state and government and the adoration among intellectuals of the 'coming democracy'.
Orthodoxy defeat FastLink in Basketball * Orthodoxy defeated Fastlink by 76-65 in the 2nd leg of the final stage of Basketball's Premier Club Championship at the Prince Hamza arena Monday evening.
We have debated whether or not the spiritual and practical gifts of our community can best be preserved by resituating them within the theological and cultural paradigms of classical Christian orthodoxy, by aligning them with the best of American evangelicalism, or by locating them in solidarity with other dissenters from Christendom, including black theology, liberation theology, and feminism.
CORRECTION: Darwinists would have us think that only snaggle-toothed, dim-witted snake-handlers dare challenge the orthodoxy of Darwinism, but that is far from the case.
The papacy and the Roman curia set this reversal in motion with a hastily imposed new canon law and the pope's decision to name bishops universally, each committing himself to total acceptance of the orthodoxy and orthopraxy that Rome would dictate.
bodies originating in Orthodoxy which is most opposed to the ecumenical
The history and idea of the Eastern orthodox Church is little known to many, yet the author's research uncovered a vital, living faith and Frederica Mathewes-Green's FACING EAST: A PILGRIM'S JOURNEY INTO THE MYSTERIES OF ORTHODOXY (0060850000 $13.