How the orthodox religion believe in God?
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There are sects considered to be pentecostal that are not orthodox due to the fact of their doctrine about God. The orthodox view of God is that of absolute uniqueness, or 'the only true God' and that God is triune, or is three persons simultaneously. The sect called United Pentecostal Church denies that doctrine. The Assemblies of God sect affirms a belief in the triunity of God.
Orthodox is not a religion, the word orthodox itself is more of a description, used to name a denomination within a faith. The main types of orthodox would be orthodox Jews or orthodox Christians. Orthodox normally means those particular people believe they are the correct ones while the others are wrong.
Yes. You can believe in God without Religion. Religion, is our way of interpreting the faith we have in God. As such, it is a creation of our own minds, and not necessarily that of God. In a way, that makes every religion right, and it makes every religion wrong. It, of course, depends on what you believe in.
The Orthodox religion is very similar to the Catholic religion, except that the Orthodox do not believe that the holy spirit proceeds from both the Father and Son according to Catholic tradition, they believe it proceeds only from the Father. They also do not accept the Pope as their leader as of yet, but Pope Francis wants them to come up with an agreement that both can accept.
Jews of any group are not a monolith and therefore have independent thoughts on concepts. If you're referring to truth in the sense of a religion being the only 'true religion', then no, that is not a Jewish concept. Judaism teaches that Judaism is correct for Jews, however, different peoples have different paths to God. Jewish answer: Yes, we believe that God is true and is the source of absolute truth.