or·tho·prax·is (or″tho-prakґsis) orthopraxy.

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  • orthopraxis —    This word (from the Greek orthos, meaning correct and praxis, meaning action or doing ) is a theological term that indicates that orthodox doctrine should lead to correct or appropriate moral action or practice …   Glossary of theological terms

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