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Eastern Orthodoxy — the faith, practice, membership, and government of the Eastern Orthodox Church. * * * officially Orthodox Catholic Church One of the three major branches of Christianity. Its adherents live mostly in Greece, Russia, the Balkans, Ukraine, and the… … Universalium
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Eastern Orthodoxy — adjective The faith, practices, etc. of the … Wiktionary
Eastern Orthodoxy — Восточное Православие … Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов
Eastern Orthodoxy in the Republic of Ireland — Although some Orthodox historians currently attempt to claim that the Celtic Church was Orthodox, the best documented presence of Orthodoxy in Ireland dates from the aftermath of the Russian Revolution. White Russian refugees arrived in small… … Wikipedia
Eastern Orthodoxy in Bulgaria — The Eastern Orthodox Church has deep roots in Bulgaria, dating back to the 5th and 7th centuries, when the Slavs and the Bulgars, respectively, were converted to Christianity by the Byzantine Empire. Prior to that date, Christianity had spread in … Wikipedia
Divine Service (Eastern Orthodoxy) — For the order of worship in the Lutheran Church, see Divine Service (Lutheran). The katholikon (main church) at Uusi Valamo monastery, Finland. Divine Service is the term used in the Eastern Orthodox Church to describe the daily cycle of public… … Wikipedia
Bibliography of Eastern Orthodoxy in America — History and General*Afonsky, Bp. Gregory. A History of the Orthodox Church in Alaska, 1794 1917 . Kodiak: Saint Herman s Theological Seminary Press, 1977. (ISBN B0006CUQ42) *Afonsky, Bp. Gregory. A History of the Orthodox Church in America, 1917… … Wikipedia
Timeline of Eastern Orthodoxy in America — The History of Orthodoxy in America is complex and resists any easy categorizations or explanations. Early Visits and Missions (1700 1900) * 1741 Divine Liturgy celebrated on a Russian ship off the coast of Alaska. * 1767 A community of Orthodox… … Wikipedia
Praxis (Eastern Orthodoxy) — Praxis is the customary use of knowledge or skills, distinct from theoretical knowledge. The term is used in Eastern Orthodox theology to refer to the practice of the faith, especially to worship. Praxis is key to Eastern Orthodox understanding… … Wikipedia