The opinions and methods of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Correctness in doctrine and belief.
Conformity to founded and accepted values (usually of religions).
Soundness of belief; a belief into the doctrines taught into the Scriptures, or in some established standard of trust; -- against heterodoxy or even heresy.
Consonance to genuine Scriptural doctrines; -- stated of ethical doctrines and values.
By expansion, stated of every generally speaking acknowledged doctrine or belief; the orthodox training or belief.
the type to be orthodox; correctness of opinion; soundness of doctrine, especially in theology; particularly, in theology, conformity towards the belief associated with the Church Catholic, as represented in its primitive ecumenical creeds, or even to the Greek Church, called Orthodox.
a belief or positioning agreeing with conventional criteria
the quality of being orthodox (especially in faith)