[ ˈiːstən ˈɔːθədˌɒks], [ ˈiːstən ˈɔːθədˌɒks], [ ˈiː_s_t_ə_n ˈɔː_θ_ə_d_ˌɒ_k_s]
How to use "Eastern orthodox" in context?
Eastern orthodoxy is the largest branch of Christianity. It is the second-oldest church after the Catholic Church. Eastern Orthodoxy is based on the teachings of the apostles and the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. The church believes in the doctrine of Grace. Grace is the unmerited favor and assistance received by humanity through the grace of God. Eastern Orthodoxy also believes in the sacraments. The sacraments are rituals that have been instituted by Christ to provide physical, spiritual, and temporal benefits for individuals. The sacraments are baptism, confirmation, Lord's Supper, and marriage.
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