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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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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.
You see, that's my problem with mainstream churches, too - they depart from Orthodox and orthoprax (right use of that word?)
The exception to this rule, being, alas, the Bloggernacle, where we toss around words like orthoprax, soteriology, and hermeneutics with varying degrees of understanding.