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churchman

1. a clergyman
2. a male practising member of a church
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One of the most striking characteristics of the early modem populations inhabiting the region of La Rochelle was their ambivalence toward churchmen.
What often was categorized by churchmen as a unified movement of dissent because of a common protest against the use of revised liturgical texts was often nothing but "disparate acts of popular disobedience and defiance" (223).
The Fellowship of Concerned Churchmen was founded in 1973.
In their letter, the churchmen said: "It seems to us that Lord Lloyd's inquiry has demonstrated that the illnesses which have resulted from the Gulf War are not some figment of anyone's imagination but have a terrifying reality - one that should be recognised by the Government so that adequate compensation can be given to the victims and families affected.
will explore further the curious fact that many Tractarians who became Roman Catholics (including Newman) had earlier been Evangelicals, not High Churchmen.
This was especially true of the Tractarians, High Churchmen or supporters of the Catholic revival who cited stories of neglected and collapsing churches, abandoned Altars used as hat-racks, untaught children, and unsaid services.
The city is to become the first place in Britain where the Mel Gibson movie will be screened in front of churchmen on Monday.
The churchmen added: "If far- reaching decisions like this affecting workers in one country are made in the interests of shareholders in another, the more important moral and social questions need to be faced.
CHURCHMEN will meet next week to discuss the case of runaway minister Keith Offor.
We will ask them not to distribute this movie,'' said a source close to London churchmen, ``not to release anything that mocks the Virgin Mary or distorts her in any way.
One of the most striking characteristics of the early modern populations inhabiting the region of La Rochelle was their ambivalence toward churchmen.
And, indeed, there have been a few occasions in the past 2000 years when churchmen were overbearing in their dealing with political authority.