I believe Dennis Prager once used this word within the contexts of Judaism during an interview with science writer Gerald Schroeder. IIRC, he defined it as Orthodox in outlook, but somewhat revised in overall observance.
Actually it's the opposite: orthodox in observance, but more liberal in belief and philosophy. For example, some "Modern Orthodox" Jews observe all the laws of Shabbat but reject the story of the origin of Shabbat.
posted on 06/08/2014 7:03:25 AM PDT
by Zionist Conspirator
(The Left: speaking power to truth since Shevirat HaKelim.)
To: Zionist Conspirator
Thanks, ZC. It was while awhile ago, and I likely confused it.
posted on 06/08/2014 7:12:18 AM PDT
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