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  • No one knew what her faith was—Catholic, Protestant, or Orthodox.
  • …and from it to accept the faith in God, in the creation, the fall, the redemption, than to begin with God, a mysterious, far-away God, the creation, etc. But afterwards, on reading a Catholic writer’s history of the church, and then a Greek orthodox writer’s history of the church, and seeing that the two churches, in their very conception infallible, each deny the authority of the other, Homiakov’s doctrine of the church lost all its charm for him, and this edifice crumbled into dust…

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  • The new findings challenge orthodox views.
  • She is not an orthodox thinker.

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