Thesaurus for orthodoxy

Synonyms, antonyms, and related words for orthodoxy

Original Church, as established by the apostles of Jesus. Eventually broken by the Western schism, also known as the Great Schism.

Rejects the papacy, while holding to Apostolic Tradition.
He is Orthodox.

He is a member of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
by Tom December 02, 2003
An adjective used to describe actions or statements which are self-serving.
Political works typically involve half-truths (such as statistics), hidden motives, deceptiveness, faked integrity or sincerity, or false advertising via exaggeration.
These political actions are frequently immoral since they offer no regard for honesty or justice.
The student used political tactics to get an 'A' without learning anything.
The man wore a suit and tie to the job interview for political reasons.
The presidential candidate focused on the Latino vote and domestic issues for political reasons, hiding his real agenda.
by Kristopher Windsor May 09, 2008
Poli: Many
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Tic(k)s: Bloodsucking creatures.
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= Many bloodsucking creatures.
Why is it that mankind will tear down a living leader, but revere a dead one? See George Bush.




-The greatest, most intelligent move the devil has ever made is making us believe that he doesn't exist...
by Phrigajiblenoghip May 25, 2004
The biggest lie in human history. It has been responsible for more deaths throughout human history than all other unnatural causes combined. For a thousand years the Church was a tyrannical dictatorship that used religion to control the uneducated masses. Free your minds and come into the 21st century
"Religion is the child of Ignorance and Fear"
by ShadeeFan April 18, 2003
(Adj.) Something which is both hilarious and deeply saddening.
'Jesus Camp' was religious.
by WouterTron May 28, 2007
a belief system in which politics and religion are inseparably connected; when a change in political beliefs is no longer the same religion, and a change in the religious beliefs is no longer the same politics (portmanteau of religion + politics); pejorative: a loony nutcase who adheres to religitics can also be called "a religitic" (portmanteau of religious + lunatic)
Like all orthodox religions, the Christian Right is more religitics than pure religion.
by Danstrom August 11, 2010
Adj: What people on dating sites describe themselves as because they are afraid that nobody wants to marry an atheist.
Guy: So, do you believe that Jesus is your Lord and Savior and died on the cross to absolve you of all of your sins so that you don't burn in an eternal pit of hellfire for ever and ever and ever?
GirL Um... I'm spiritual.
by Nobody of Consequence February 07, 2005

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