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In such circumstances, "Orthodoxy can tolerate deviance when it is so recognized by the actor; what it cannot tolerate is the legitimation of what it considers to be deviance through the rejection of its rabbis" (100).
(24-25) In Heretics and After Strange Gods, Chesterton and Eliot set out to "redress the balance" and "effect the compensation" for readers by setting the partial truths highlighted by these heretics against the full truth of orthodoxy, though in both works orthodoxy is defined primarily by its absence from the works of modernist writers.
During the meeting, the parties also discussed the long-term plans for the work of the Interparliamentary Assembly of Orthodoxy, organizational issues.
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.
Hariri met at the Grand Serail with a delegation of the Interparliamentary Assembly on Orthodoxy headed by its secretary-general, Greek MP Andreas Michailidis.
He lays the groundwork for redefining orthodoxy away from a proper understanding of truth about God and the world to a proper relationship with God as evidenced by concern for the poor.
President Duterte's decision to depart from the orthodoxy imposed by one superpower is a wise one.
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Aristotle Papanikolaou, The Mystical as Political: Democracy and Non-Radical Orthodoxy. Notre Dame, IN : University of Notre Dame Press, 2012.
Because they will not worship at liberal orthodoxy's new altar: same-sex marriage.
Bishop Daniel added that devotion of Orthodoxy in Kyrgyzstan to local culture is felt even in making food, which is observed while obeying religious rites.
With the rise of Nicene Christianity, an orthodoxy he attributes to Constantinian convenience, Meyers sees a corruption of the early church that continues through today, particularly in the compromises on nonviolence, inclusiveness, and bold witness against the idolatry and injustice of the Empire.