ceremonial

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ceremonial

Christianity
a. the prescribed order of rites and ceremonies
b. a book containing this
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But as Lake also points out, Hooker nowhere in the Polity explicitly attacks Calvinist thought, even if the doctrinal implications of his episcopalian and ceremonialist biases conflicted with Reform orthodoxy (Ibid.
Herrick's depiction of tiny ceremonialist fairies thus undercuts the Laudian orthodoxy which he champions elsewhere in Hesperides.
Their sermons and related writings reveal how some bridled at the prospect of union through Scotticization and increased tolerance of English nonconformity, promoting instead a rival union inspired by uniformity along English and more ceremonialist lines.
Brink's ideas reflect his own experience working at Head-Smashed-In over the past quarter century, and in particular his growing awareness of the value of traditional knowledge held by elders and ceremonialists in understanding the deeper cultural and spiritual significance of the site and what occurred there.
On August 20, 1994, several ceremonialists, including David Carson, a Chocktaw medicine pipe carrier, gathered in full regalia for a ceremony in New Orleans with the chiefs of the Mardi Gras Indians.
The schedule includes a wild collection of orators, filmmakers, authors, activists and ceremonialists.