The word orthodox was coined by the ancient Christian Fathers of the Church, the name traditionally given to the Christian writers in the first centuries. Orthodox is a combination of two Greek words, orthos and doxa. Orthos means “straight” or “upright”; doxa means “glory”, “worship” as well as “doctrine”. So, the word “orthodox” signifies both “proper worship” and “upright doctrine”. True Orthodox Christians are not defined by the company they keep, but by living their faith.The protestant reformer Martin Luther is said to have once remarked that he believed the pure Faith of primitive Christianity is to be found in the Orthodox Church.