Ukrainian Orthodox faithful light candles from the Holy Fire brought from Jerusalem in St.
Volodymyr Cathedral during the ceremony of the Holy Fire in Kiev, Ukraine, Saturday, April 15, 2017.
Russia Table of Contents The Russian Orthodox Church has a thousand-year history of strong political as well as spiritual influence over the inhabitants of the Russian state.
Such rabbis viewed innovations and modifications within Jewish law and customs with extreme care and caution.
Let’s examine what Orthodox Christians believe and if they differ significantly from what other, non-orthodox Christians hold to.
The word orthodox was first used in the first century because of the many heretical teachings that branched off from Christianity.
This form of Judaism may be referred to as Haredi Judaism or "Ultra-Orthodox Judaism".
According to the New Jersey Press Association, several media entities refrain from using the term "ultra-Orthodox", including the Religion Newswriters Association; JTA, the global Jewish news service; and the Star-Ledger, New Jersey’s largest daily newspaper.