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  • adjective Correct in practice (though not necessarily in opinion or belief); practically right, doing the right actions.


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From ortho- + prax(is).


  • The challenge in Reform is that institutions seem to assume moderation in praxis, to the degree that many cannot accommodate a congregant who is more orthoprax.

    YOUR HEAD A SPLODE | Jewschool

  • You see, that's my problem with mainstream churches, too - they depart from Orthodox and orthoprax (right use of that word?)

    4Simpsons Blog - Eternity Matters

  • The exception to this rule, being, alas, the Bloggernacle, where we toss around words like orthoprax, soteriology, and hermeneutics with varying degrees of understanding.

    By Common Consent, a Mormon Blog


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