From Shane Claiborne’s book The Irresistible Revolution, about their Simple Way community:
Most Christian congregations and communities have statements of faith articulating their orthodoxy (meaning "right belief"), but that’s usually where it ends. For us, belief is only the beginning. What really matters is how we live, how what we believe gets fleshed out, so we also have a statement of orthopraxis (meaning "right living, right practices"). And this is where most belief-oriented faith communities fall short. They tell us only what they believe, but they do not tell us how their beliefs affect their lifestyles.
In many ways, orthopraxis is what we’re dealing with in the Life Rhythm class I’m teaching Wednesday nights. It’s about how Christians engage in spirituality and mission, and finding a personal rhythm for engaging in those disciplines.