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Eastern Orthodoxy Doctrine

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Eastern Orthodox teaches that its origins extend directly back to Jesus and his Apostles through unbroken [[Apostolic Succession]]. Its doctrines were formalized through a series of church councils in the following centuries. It teaches belief in the [[Trinity]], [[Justification by faith plus works]], [[Veneration of saints]] the [[Mysteries]] (or [[Sacrament]]s).
{{topics}}See also:
* [[Trinity]] | [[Incarnation]] | [[Jesus Christ]]
* [[Eastern Orthodoxy: Salvation|Salvation]] | [[Theosis]] | [[Justification by faith plus works]] | [[Eastern Orthodoxy: Sin|Sin]]
* [[Monasticism]]
* [[Eastern Orthodoxy: Holy Orders|Holy Orders]]
{{returnto}} [[Eastern Orthodoxy]]
[[Category:Eastern Orthodox Church]]

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