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Orthodox may refer to:
- In its original sense:
- Orthodoxy is adherence to accepted norms, more specifically to creeds, especially in religion. The word was first used in early 4th-century Christianity to refer to those that upheld the First Council of Nicaea, and which eventually became the state church of the Roman Empire later that century
- Orthodox Christianity, is adherence to accepted Christian belief and doctrine, especially doctrines believed by the early Christians. Ecumenical Councils, were held over a period of several centuries to try to formalize these doctrines. The word was first used in early 4th-century Christianity to refer to those that upheld the First Council of Nicaea. Adherence to the Nicene Creed is still common test of orthodoxy in Christianity.
- Also in religion:
- In Christianity:
- Orthodox Baha'i Faith, a denomination within Baha'i.
- Orthodox Hinduism
- Orthodox Judaism, a branch of Judaism
- Other meanings:
- Orthodox Marxism, the dominant form of Marxist philosophy between the death of Karl Marx and the beginning of World War I
- Orthodox (album), 2013
- Orthodox (Jordan), Jordanian basketball club
- Orthodox File Managers, a user interface to work with file systems
- Orthodox seed, a seed which may be preserved via drying or freezing
- Left-arm orthodox spin, a bowling technique in cricket
- Orthodox stance, a way of positioning the feet and hands in combat sports
- Orthodoxy (book), a 1908 book by G. K. Chesterton
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