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Answer Orthodox Christianity is the descriptive name given to the faith and beliefs of the Orthodox Church. It is similar to other names such as Roman Catholic Christianity or Protestant Christianity. The name Orthodox means having the correct beliefs and the correct way to glorify God.
The Orthodox Church was founded by Jesus Himself in the year 33 AD, on the Day of Pentecost. According to Orthodox Christian beliefs, the Orthodox Church has always existed from the beginning of time (called the Church Triumphant) but the physical church on earth (called the Church Militant) was established in Jerusalem in 33 AD and continues to exist to this day without any changes to its dogmas and beliefs.
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What are orthodox Christians?

To be "an orthodox Christian" means to have the right or correct opinion about Christian doctrine. However, who is entitled to judge that? One approach is for an individual

What is the Christian orthodox?

According to Orthodox Christianity, everything that is done must be by the standards of The Bible, everything else is a sin.

What is Orthodox Christianity and what was the Schism?

Orthodox Christianity is the eastern branch of Chistianity with Istanbul, Turkey the centre of their religion. They broke off from the Roman Catholic Church over 1200 years

Where is the headquarters for the eastern orthodox of Christianity?

The head of the Orthodox Church is Jesus Christ, and it does not have headquarters or a global leader, like a pope. The highest authority in the Orthodox Church is an Ecumenic

Who was orthodox Christianity?

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