Religions

what does orthodox mean?

my answer is: sound in religoius doctrine. THis is whats in the dictionary but what does it mean.


what does soul mean?

My answer: Meaning the principle of a mans moreal and feelings just like a natural thing . Is this correct it what the dictionary states what does it mean.

Orthadox people live thier lives in what they feel is the exact way thier religon tells them to, usually they live very simple devout lives on purpose.

conforming with traditional or generally accepted beliefs. 2 conventional; normal.

Yes, you have it right on soul.

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