The term Orthodox Hinduism commonly refers to the religious teachings and practices of Sanātanī, one of the traditionalist branches of Hinduism.
Orthodoxy is opposed to heterodoxy ("other teaching") or heresy.
For the Churches most often called "Orthodox", see Eastern Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodoxy. The first seven Ecumenical Councils were held between the years of 325 and 787 with the aim of formalizing accepted doctrines.
A series of ecumenical councils were held over a period of several centuries to try to formalize these doctrines.
They have different ways of interpreting and following the laws and traditions of Judaism, and include movements such as Modern Orthodox Judaism (אורתודוקסיה מודרנית) and Ultra-Orthodox or Haredi Judaism (יהדות חרדית).
Orthodox Judaism is distinct from Conservative Judaism.
The concept of orthodoxy is prevalent in many forms of organized monotheism.
I‘m thankful for the fact that I have ended up with THE right girl.
People who deviate from orthodoxy by professing a doctrine considered to be false are called heretics, while those who, perhaps without professing heretical beliefs, break from the perceived main body of believers are called schismatics.
The term employed sometimes depends on the aspect most in view: if one is addressing corporate unity, the emphasis may be on schism; if one is addressing doctrinal coherence, the emphasis may be on heresy.
I think it’s safe to say that we love something when it has a lot of meaning for us, or when we really, really, enjoy something – a good restaurant, a movie we really enjoyed, maybe a song, a piece of jewelry, or anything else, we say that we “love” it. We all love our parents, relatives and friends we meet in our lives, which is definitely a kind of love. One day we find ourselves in the presence of someone we find attractive, someone we’d like to get to know more about and be around.
We find that we have butterflies in our stomach when we see them, we want to know more about them, and more than anything we really want them to like us back.