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Regarding rogues, schismatics, gnostics, the ultra-correct, and the inevitable troll: they too are a part of the expression of that 'living.'  And in true Orthodox expression of conciliar authority and witness, can be corrected in the proper Christian manner, in the case of Wiki - by editing.  Wiki, or so it seems to me, is a natural vehicle for a conciliar expression of the life lived in Christ.
 
Regarding rogues, schismatics, gnostics, the ultra-correct, and the inevitable troll: they too are a part of the expression of that 'living.'  And in true Orthodox expression of conciliar authority and witness, can be corrected in the proper Christian manner, in the case of Wiki - by editing.  Wiki, or so it seems to me, is a natural vehicle for a conciliar expression of the life lived in Christ.
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This is a question of emanation. The straight answer to the question: "Can Orthodoxy be Wikified?" is no. Orthodoxy is lived. Now then, since it is lived then there is necessarily an expression of that living, understood without confusion to be uniquely and wholly Orthodox. That can and should be Wikified.

Regarding rogues, schismatics, gnostics, the ultra-correct, and the inevitable troll: they too are a part of the expression of that 'living.' And in true Orthodox expression of conciliar authority and witness, can be corrected in the proper Christian manner, in the case of Wiki - by editing. Wiki, or so it seems to me, is a natural vehicle for a conciliar expression of the life lived in Christ.

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