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Orthodox Christianity is a set of doctrines that was believed by early Christians, believing that Jesus was both man and God. Orthodox Christianity was also used as another name for the Eastern churches during the Middle Ages, and the Great Schism in 1054 led to the Eastern Churches adopting the label "Orthodox" while the Western Church adopted the label "Catholic". Today, the largest Orthodox communions are the Eastern Orthodox Church and Oriental Orthodoxy.

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