Translation of orthodox in Spanish:


ortodoxo, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈɔrθəˌdɑks/ /ˈɔːθədɒks/

See Spanish definition of ortodoxo


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    the Greek/Russian Orthodox Church la Iglesia Ortodoxa griega/rusa
    • Instead of joining forces with the best of these traditions, orthodox medical practitioners have either ignored them or denounced their practitioners as quacks.
    • I now accepted the orthodox Christian doctrine of Creation.
    • The fundamentalist is always trying to conform his or her experience to his or her orthodox belief, to his or her fundamentalism.
    • As in orthodox economics, the practitioners of econophysics fall into either the deductive or empirical camps.
    • Thus, Hegel's rationalism was seen as a threat not only to orthodox religion but to orthodox politics as well.
    • My philosophy is normal orthodox philosophy, such as has come down from the Indians through the Greeks, to Spinoza.
    • First, some women reject feminism in favor of more orthodox forms of religion.
    • He follows the orthodox code and strictly observes the Sabbath from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday, so there is an obvious impact on his political life.
    • There is a very profoundly conservative side to Newman's thought which appeals to traditionalists and those who wish to maintain the orthodox tradition.
    • At the same time, there was a significant portion of the youngest Catholic men whose beliefs and practices were very orthodox.
    • Although Berlin has the fastest growing Jewish population in the world, the community is ethnically diverse and spans a range of traditions from orthodox to secular.
    • The therapy is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment, the Association of Reflexologists stresses.
    • According to the Association of Reflexologists, the therapy is not intended as a substitute for orthodox medical treatment.
    • Our response is that the third party followed the orthodox practice, which was dry drilling in coal or soft strata and wet drilling in stone.
    • There are also those who believe in reincarnation who would appear to have no orthodox religion.
    • For 150 years, it fell from orthodox medical practice.
    • Others come from more orthodox religious traditions, readily linking parapsychology with its heterodox metaphysical precursors.
    • That they not only accept this situation but value it and actively re-create it is due to the nature of orthodox beliefs and practices.
    • As an orthodox Jew and a doctor in training I completely agree with your statements.
    • Like orthodox Muslims, they prayed five times a day, though not facing Mecca.
    • Our world offers things that both accelerate and impede our jobs as Orthodox Jews.
    • You were shocked only due to a lack of knowledge of a widespread practice among Orthodox Jews.
    • Do they apply only to Orthodox Jews, all Jews, part of humankind or all of humanity?
    • The film's focus works perfectly to elucidate what it means to be gay and Jewish and Orthodox.
    • I do cannot understand how an Orthodox Jewish site can allow such an article to be published.
    • He acted as head of the Los Angeles Beth Din or Orthodox Jewish rabbinical court.
    • My daughter is enrolled at the Orthodox Day School and we belong to a small Orthodox synagogue.
    • Instead of Wall Street, the son has made the spiritual life as an Orthodox Jew his primary focus.
    • Half an hour before Shabbat, the Orthodox rabbi in Sacramento that they knew retrieved us.
    • He became the guide of Orthodox Jewry around the world because the community sought his guidance.
    • However, some Hasidic Jews, an Orthodox sect, forbid the eating of these products.
    • Glatt remained an Orthodox Jew but also a true European of the old school.
    • It tells the stories of Hasidic and Orthodox Jews who are gay or lesbian.
    • He is an Orthodox Jew who teaches Rabbinic Studies in California.
    • There are excesses to be found in celebrations of Orthodox Jews as there are in those of Jews of other affiliations.
    • Sounds like the liberal Jewish complaint against the Orthodox synagogue.
    • One way is to stress that Orthodox Jews regard halakha as binding.
    • Orthodox Jews believe in the divinely inspired ‘oral tradition’.
    • In order to marry, a Jewish citizen of Israel must meet the Orthodox Halachic requirements that are applied in the Rabbinical courts.
    • For Orthodox Jews, kashrut laws are extremely important; for Reform Jews, nothing could be further from the truth.
    • Ben is now the pastor emeritus of the Orthodox Christian Reformed Church of Cambridge Ontario.
    • On the basis of this principle, an approach to the Anglican and the Orthodox churches has been sought.
    • Today, the World Council of Churches also represents Eastern Orthodox Churches.
    • There were many faithful Orthodox and Protestant bishops, pastors and evangelists.
    • On the eve of both Christmas day and Easter day, Orthodox Copts break their fast with a variety of dishes made of beef and poultry.
    • Not a single mainline Protestant, Eastern Orthodox, or Catholic leader was invited.