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episcopalian

1. practising or advocating the principle of Church government by bishops
2. an advocate of such Church government

Episcopalian

1. belonging to or denoting the Episcopal Church
2. a member or adherent of this Church
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He sponsored the establishment of the University of the South in Sewanee Tennessee in order to "advance the influence of Episcopalianism and to promote a type of Southern literary and cultural nationalism." Moreover "by leading his Louisiana diocese out of Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States and by choosing a military assignment Polk demonstrated the inseparability of his religious beliefs and his worldview."
Episcopalianism may long for the centralized authority of a Roman Catholic pope and Vatican departments to firmly settle questions about ordaining homosexuals or women to the priesthood.
First, encyclopedias already contain entries that synthesize knowledge and show its interrelationships: The entry on Religion gives a broader context than the ones on Judaism, Episcopalianism and Tom Cruise.
"From then on," his biographer stated, "Churchill devoted most of his time to preaching the new faith, a faith that would allow mankind to survive in an industrial world by inaugurating a utopia of social cooperation." (4) Churchill, in The Inside of the Cup, told the story of a rector who, when faced with the task of pastoring a high-class church in a downtrodden area, converted from orthodox Episcopalianism to liberal, social Christianity.
implicitly at odds with the authoritarian methods of her father"--a value system that, in the wake of her son Henry Ellis's death, fueled Stowe's critique of ineffectual male religious figures in The Minister's Wooing and her own turn toward Episcopalianism. (7)
government can no more promote 'ceremonial deism' than it can promote Episcopalianism, Islam or Mormonism."
And his brand of moderate Episcopalianism is less likely to accept certain arguments than his son's more fervent evangelical brand of Christianity.
Grotius commends both Anglican episcopalianism as well as Calvinist ecclesiastical polity.
(58) Domingo, Jr.'s, socially astute wife Addie Cook Ghirardelli, meanwhile, attracted and entertained a broad circle of friends, dressed herself and her family in impeccable fashion while guiding them to Episcopalianism, and conceived a spectacular European grand tour for herself and her husband in 1912, when their children were mostly grown.
363-364); self-hating Jews, like Walter Lippmann (who, nationally and internationally, wrote nothing about the plight of his fellow-Jews throughout the Hitler period); Jews like Joseph Pulitzer, influential newspaper publisher who converted to Episcopalianism and had his children baptized, and who for "most purposes was not Jewish" (p.
Shattuck skims, over interracial developments within Southern Episcopalianism from emancipation to the challenge to Jim Crow in the 1950s.
In any case, last year, in some sort of desperate mood, I decided to convert from Judaism to Episcopalianism, but when it came time to put that blood and body in my mouth I couldn't go through with it.