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Sažetak The problem of orthodoxy and orthopractice is already reflected in our
study of relationship of theory and practice (about it had been written
in the Crkva u svajetu, No 4, 1982). Orthodoxy ought to be related to the theory and orthopractice to the practice.
It is interesting to note that, as among the philosophers there is a great
quarrel about the primacy of theory and practice, so among the theolo-
gians too is a continuing debate about the status of orthodoxy and ortho
practice. Orthodoxy — the true faith — has an important, basic and ge-
nuine but by no means exclusive role in Christian life. The other pole
of Christian existence is the religious practice. The modern theologians
accentuate activity and experience rather than belief. We are obliged to
change our world, not only interpret it.
Every exclusivism, reductionism or antagonism between orthodoxy and
orthopractice are not in place. The life of a christian is impossible and
incomplete without right faith or without correct acting. In the Bible
and catholic tradition there is a constant effort to reconcile and to join
the faith and the behaviour. »Veritatem facientes« — that's the truly