orthodoxy

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He thought he was bringing back the Monophysites to orthodoxy.

But, on the whole, comic courage shakes no hands with orthodoxy.

Orthodoxy had instilled a formal, but often spiritless faith.

With him orthodoxy was only a means to an end, a more vigorous Christian life.

There was no longer any question as to the orthodoxy of Francis.

It was clear that some standard of orthodoxy must be established.

He himself, in his book on Orthodoxy, throws over the intellectuals.

It is written only in actions, and its seal is our character, not our orthodoxy.

So far then as orthodoxy is concerned, change and progress are impossible.

I honoured his orthodoxy, and did not much censure his asperity.

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