Orthodox may refer to:
- Orthodox (album), an album by the Czech death metal band Krabathor
- 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
Other articles related to "orthodox":
... The North American Orthodox-Catholic Theological Consultation is an ecumenical standing conference that has been meeting semiannually since it was founded in 1965 under the auspices of ... It works in tandem with the Joint Committee of Orthodox and Catholic Bishops which has been meeting annually since 1981 ...
... The Malankara Orthodox Syrian Church takes an active role in various ecumenical activities at national and international levels ... were involved in negotiations between the Oriental Orthodox and the Byzantine churches ... The Indian Orthodox Church participated in the Ecumenical Council of Oriental Orthodox Churches held in Addis Ababa, in 1965 ...
... of Lisbon, Venice, and the East Indies or one of the specific patriarchs of the various Oriental Orthodox and Nestorian churches ... Rome from the four Greek-speaking patriarchates, forming distinct Roman Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches ... The Eastern Orthodox Patriarch of Antioch moved to Damascus in the 13th century, during the reign of the Egyptian Mamelukes, conquerors of Syria ...
... and therefore Päts's father converted from Lutheranism to Orthodox Christianity ... sister were all brought up in strong Orthodox traditions ... Konstantin started his education in the Orthodox parish school of Tahkuranna ...
Famous quotes containing the word orthodox:
“All orthodox opinionthat is, today, revolutionary opinion either of the pure or the impure varietyis anti-man.”
—Wyndham Lewis (18821957)
“The gloomy theology of the orthodoxthe CalvinistsI do not, I cannot believe. Many of the notionsnay, most of the notionswhich orthodox people have of the divinity of the Bible, I disbelieve. I am so nearly infidel in all my views, that too, in spite of my wishes, that none but the most liberal doctrines can command my assent.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)
“If the jests that you crack have an orthodox smack,
You may get a bland smile from these sages;
But should it, by chance, be imported from France,
Half-a-crown is stopped out of your wages!”
—Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (18361911)