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  1. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy - Wikipedia

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    Add the {{WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy}} to the talk pages of all articles which fall within the scope of this project. Add the articles to the Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Articles list by category. Check recent changes for improvements, other changes, or vandalism to these articles.

  2. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Assessment

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    Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Assessment. Welcome to the assessment department of the Eastern Orthodoxy WikiProject! This department focuses on assessing the quality of Wikipedia's Eastern Orthodoxy related articles. While much of the work is done in conjunction with the WP:1.0 program, the article ratings are also used within the ...

  3. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Articles - Wikipedia

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    List of Eastern Christianity-related topics; List of Patriarchs of Eritrea; Category:Religious behaviour and experience. Nativity Fast; Praxis (Eastern Orthodoxy) Category:Seminaries. Christ the Saviour Seminary; Holy Trinity Orthodox Seminary; Saint Herman's Orthodox Theological Seminary

  4. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Prospectus

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    Eastern Orthodoxy in the Ukraine; Eastern Orthodoxy in the United States of America; Unmercenary saints; Vespers ( Hersperinos ); Vestments ; Virgins ; [[War]; Wealth ; Eastern Orthodoxy in Western Europe ; Widows ; Women in Eastern Orthodoxy ; Eastern Orthodoxy and world religions ;

  5. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Recognized content

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    This is a list of recognized content, updated weekly by JL-Bot (talk · contribs).There is no need to edit the list yourself. If an article is missing from the list, make sure it is tagged or categorized (e.g. Category:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy articles) correctly.

  6. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/Notice board

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    This is the WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy Notice Board.Here you can post announcements or requests for assistance on particular articles. Note: This page is not for discussions but rather simply to alert other editors to new articles, requests, etc. Discussions and commentary will be removed and instead should be directed at the talk pages of the articles in question.

  7. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/COTM - Wikipedia

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    Place {{OrthoCOTM}} on the top of the talk page of the article you are nominating. It will produce: The article being discussed here is a nominee for the WikiProject:Eastern Orthodoxy collaboration of the month. If you wish to add your vote on it, please go to WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/COTM.

  8. Wikipedia:WikiProject Eastern Orthodoxy/To-do - Wikipedia

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    Eastern Orthodox worship - Under construction; As well as some other need topics: Eastern Orthodox Prayer - would cover information on private prayer in the Orthodox tradition; Eastern Orthodox monasticism; List of eparchies of Russian Orthodox Church (cf. list at ru-wiki) Christian views on contraception#Eastern Orthodoxy - Brief content has ...

  9. Category:Project-Class Eastern Orthodoxy articles - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Project-Class Eastern Orthodoxy articles" The following 8 pages are in this category, out of 8 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  10. Wikipedia:WikiProject Christianity/Planning - Wikipedia

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    • Project Organization
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    Arguably the most successful WikiProject running is Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history. One of its apparent advantages is the fact that it breaks down its rather large scope into a fairly large number of functional "subprojects", dealing with the largest regional and topical groupings. This allows for people whose primary interest is a particular field (in our case church) to concentrate on their area of interest. Do the rest of you think that this project would benefit from a similar organizational structure? If yes, the structure of the project might potentially be altered to allow greater focus on the following subjects. Any parties wishing to indicate their support should do so by adding their signature below the name of the listing. We would optimatlly like at least five names before starting a group.

    As most of us know, there are a lot of books and sites dealing with matters of Christianity. Do the rest of you think that it would make any sense to try to generate lists of some of the better sources available for use by the various work group and projects out there? I think it would probably help out most of the Christianity groups if we were able to give the groups a list of the most highly thought of books dealing with the subject. One of the big problems we have with the number of articles we have is that many of us try to develop the more narrowly-focused articles rather than the more important, but more difficult, parent articles. If, for instance, I knew of an excellent, highly regarded overview book for the Iglesia ni Cristo or Local churches (affiliation), or something like Christian art, an interested party could maybe use that book to help develop the more central, important article, while at the same time provide additional information on other notable topics in that f...

    This may strike some of you as odd, I don't know. But I'm at least beginning to think that one of the best ways to deal with the articles of some of the churches or belief families that we work with which don't have a lot of interested editors is to create a navigation template for them which can link the most important articles to that particular faith. As an example, the navigation box for the African Initiated Church could be made to include links to all the articles related to that subject which are most required to get a full and complete understanding of that subject. Pretty much by definition, this will include links to whatever the "parent" faiths would be, either Christianity or whichever significant faith family it may have arisen from, as well as links to the most important unique ideas or atypical ideas it might have, the most important individuals in the history of the movement, the various church bodies which might be involved, etc. I would think that only those articl...

    Always being on the lookout to stealtry ideas of others, I've noticed that the Military history project is trying to start a way to help editors become better at fields other than their general field at Wikipedia:WikiProject Military history/Academy. Granted, as that is a comparatively new effort, its hard to tell how successful it will ultimately prove to be, but would the rest of you be interested in having something similar here? Any and all responses are welcome. John Carter (talk) 17:10, 26 March 2009 (UTC)

    I wonder what the rest of you think of the idea of trying to put most of the content of the various portals we work with on automatic rotation. It might make it a bit easier to keep all of them current. And there are a lot of them: 1. Portal:Anglicanism (already a FP, might leave well enough alone there), Portal:Baptist, Portal:Bible, Portal:Book of Mormon, Portal:Calvinism, Portal:Catholicism, Portal:Christadelphian, Portal:Christian metal, Portal:Christian music, Portal:Christianity, Portal:Christianity in China, Portal:Creationism (generally considered related), Portal:Crusades, Portal:Eastern Christianity, Portal:Indian Christianity, Portal:Latter-day Saints, Portal:Lutheranism, Portal:Messianic Judaism, Portal:Narnia, Portal:Oriental Orthodoxy, Portal:Pope, Portal:Saints, and Portal:Seventh-day Adventist Church. John Carter (talk) 16:05, 31 March 2009 (UTC) 1. I have been working on this for quite some time. I will continue to do so and I support the idea. Part of what got me i...

    One of the potentially easier things we could do as a project would be to try to help bring some of our articles up to GA or FA. If there are any GA reviewers out there, I think it might be useful if they could review the various B class articles we have and maybe give a quick review. We could try to bring some coordinated effort into bringing maybe the B class articles closest to GA up to that level, potentially helping out the articles and the visibility of the project, or projects, themselves. Any opinions? John Carter (talk) 16:08, 31 March 2009 (UTC) 1. I like this idea and would be interested in getting involved.I wouldn't mind reviewing articles. Ltwin (talk) 03:04, 7 May 2009 (UTC)

    There seem to be quite a number of other "wikis" out there dealing with the main subject of Christianity. Most of them can probably be found at [this page. Anyone interest in transferring verifiable content from here to there, or there to here, is more than welcome to do so. Would many of you be interested in helping transfer such information? John Carter (talk) 14:23, 6 April 2009 (UTC)

    There is an ongoing problem with how to classify and categorized various churches. I have taken the categorization system Gordon Melton used in the preparation of the list here. Anybody who sees missing churches is encouraged to add them or mention them on the talk page. Thank you. John Carter (talk) 15:09, 6 April 2009 (UTC) 1. what about the Catholic Church? Do you not consider it a Christian Church?. Your list does also miss all the Old Catholic Churches, as the Polish National Catholic Church. The Orthodox group is a "all-in-one": you should divide at least in the four groups: Eastern Orthodox (Byzantine heritage), Oriental Orthodox, Churches of the East (Assyrian heritage) and Eastern Catholic Churches. I think that any classification of the Christian Churches (or denomination?) leads to harsh debates, polemics and clashes. What is the use of such classification? Is it strictly necessary? A ntv (talk) 16:29, 6 April 2009 (UTC) 1.1. 1.1.1. The Assyrian heritage Churches are not...

    I am starting a list of all the articles related to Christianity of FA, FL, A, or GA class at User:John Carter/Christianity portals. I hope that we can use this list to help "sort" which articles get used in which portals, and thus prevent the unfortunate possibility of one article being included in two different portals at the same time. As of this writing, the list still isn't done, but it should be finished by the end of the day. Any input from any portal maintainers regarding which articles they would like to include in their portals would be more than welcome. Thank you. John Carter (talk) 15:32, 30 April 2009 (UTC)

    The Wikipedia:WikiProject Novels/Chronicles of Narnia task force has been rather inactive lately. I have proposed that its scope be expanded a little, possibly to include Lewis' other fiction, possibly to cover the larger field of Christian fiction in general. Anyone who has an interest in working with any such subject is encouraged to make any comments they deem appropriate here. Thank you for your attention. John Carter (talk) 23:00, 6 May 2009 (UTC)

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