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Orthodoxy


OR'THODOXY, noun [Gr. right, true, and opinion, from to think.]

1. Soundness of faith; a belief in the genuine doctrines taught in the Scriptures.

Basil bears full and clear testimony to Gregory's orthodoxy

2. Consonance to genuine scriptural doctrines; as the orthodoxy of a creed.