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Russian orthodox. Greek orthodox. Coptic orthodox. Antiochia orthodox. Eastern orthodox. Ethiopian orthodox.



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Yes, non-Orthodox Jews can become Orthodox by becoming more observant. Non-Jews can become Orthodox Jews through Orthodox conversion.


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Eastern Orthodox Church (or the Christian Orthodox Church).


No difference in their beliefs. They are both part of the Eastern Orthodox Church, but the Antiochians are mainly Orthodox people from Lebanon, and the Greeks are mainly Orthodox people from Greece.


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because they tryed to sleep together and enjoyed it however someone tatal taled to one of there wives the agument stands in bed


They are called Eastern Orthodox Christians or just Orthodox Christians.


Of course. Orthodox Jews speak the languages of the countries in which they reside, just as any other citizens of those countries do. Examples include Spanish by the Orthodox Jews of Argentina, Spain, and Panama, Persian (Farsi) by the Orthodox Jews of Iran, Hindi by the Orthodox Jews of India, Arabic by the Orthodox Jews of Iraq and Israel, French by the Orthodox Jews of France, German by the Orthodox Jews of Germany, Hebrew and Yiddish by the Orthodox Jews of Israel, Polish by the Orthodox Jews of Poland, Chinese by the Orthodox Jews of HongKong, Russian by the Orthodox Jews of Russia, English by the Orthodox Jews of the US, Canada, HongKong, the UK, Israel, South Africa, Australia etc.


The Orthodox Church tolerates marriage between an Orthodox to non-Orthodox Christian provided: * The non-Orthodox is baptized in water and in the Name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. * The couple should be willing to baptize their children in the Orthodox Church and raise and nurture them in accordance with the Orthodox Faith.


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