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Five years later he became private teacher in the University, at which time he belonged to Hegelian school of orthodoxy.

He cannot be pressed into a mould of orthodoxy, and so in the end—But it cannot be the end.

Orthodoxy seeks to guide men by authority, mottoes, and texts.

It was not only in his book, but in his mind, that orthodoxy was united with charity.

To this result the conversion to orthodoxy of the Maxfield family may have contributed.

A Charming Fellow, Volume II (of 3)Frances Eleanor Trollope

These, taken together with "the doctrine which is according to godliness," fix the standard of orthodoxy.

I did try to found a heresy of my own; and when I had put the last touches to it, I discovered that it was orthodoxy.

OrthodoxyG. K. Chesterton

The main point in his orthodoxy is unquestionably a most valuable contribution to the general faith of his time and country.

It may be that the orthodoxy of Humphrey acted as a restraint on the Bishop so long as he lived.

To protect himself from the Dominicans, he was forced to pretend to an orthodoxy which he did not possess.

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