Orthodox vs Orthodoxness - What's the difference?
As an adjective orthodox
is of or pertaining to the eastern orthodox church.
As a noun orthodoxness is
the state or condition of being orthodox.
Other Comparisons: What's the difference?
Conforming to the established, accepted or traditional doctrines of a given ideology, faith or religion.
* 2005 , Alister E McGrath, Iustitia Dei :
* 2009 , Andrew Brown, The Guardian , 23 Dec 2009:
- Five important modifications were made by the Pietists to the orthodox doctrine of justification, each corresponding to a distinctive aspect of the movement's agenda.
Adhering to whatever is traditional, customary or generally accepted.
Viable for a long time, viable when dried to low moisture content.
- ‘These speakers are academics who have specialised in Islamic sciences and are well respected in scholarly circles. It is grossly unjust to suggest that they belong to some fringe ideology rather than orthodox Islam.’
* (adhering to whatever is traditional) conventional, conservative
* (conforming to the established faith) heretical, unorthodox, heterodox
* (adhering to whatever is traditional) liberal, outlandish, unorthodox
* (viable for a long time) recalcitrant
The state or condition of being orthodox.