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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.
Irina Paert reports on the relationship of women to elders in the monastic community as similar in Orthodoxy to that in the Western Church.
Orthodoxy in Kyrgyzstan is closely tied to Kyrgyz culture and local languages.
Since he sees a resemblance between the postmodern American landscape and the early church's social situation, Meyers exhorts the contemporary church to emphasize orthopraxy (faithful practice) over orthodoxy (right belief).
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.
Skovoroda's writing style and terminology make all of these doubts about his Orthodoxy understandable.
Though there are many issues that continue to separate the Eastern Orthodox Church from the various Western confessions, issues that in themselves have received more attention because of their status as long-standing grievances between the two sides, one potential problem yet unconsidered by those engaged in ecumenical dialogue is the role of Western Rite Orthodoxy.
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.
Reviewing the theological debates from Irenaeus to Chalcedon, Edwards argues for a position that current scholarship would largely endorse: that tenets of the established orthodoxy of the early church had their origins among groups originally attacked as heretics.