Nonconformist


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Nonconformist

a member of a Protestant denomination that dissents from an Established Church, esp the Church of England
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The work of the nonconformist minister was to imbue his congregation with a moral instinct, an ability to differentiate between good and evil.
Then she turns to the religion of grace, as exemplified in the writings of Baxter, Bunyan, and other Nonconformists.
If the replier's lifestyle is somewhat nonconformist, he or she may add that trees also contribute to our aesthetic environment.
Brooks Adams was a reactionary nonconformist who saw in religion and capitalism the twin enemies of human progress and who felt that the modern world is plunging into degradation and destruction.
Trained as an architect, he writes carefully structured, nonconformist plays, usually based on a central paradox.
The Colombian ruling class has considered the church and the army its unconditional allies, and it is natural that when nonconformist priests or military men appear, this class feels that its internal structure is beginning to fall apart.
For the nonconformist, skip the chocolate and go straight for The Nth Degree Cabernet from Wente Vineyards.
Corbyn is a nonconformist, what our society greatly needs, those people who dare go out on a limb for what they most deeply believe, realising what the consequences will be and fully prepared to suffer it.
This is all the more necessary as the ready knowledge of the Nonconformist, Puritan and Calvinist legacies which earlier generations took for granted in the English-speaking world has now been replaced by a vast, aching void of religious ignorance.
Of course the conservative voices of those days were telling all those Nonconformist Liberals (that noisy anti-tithe agitator chappie David Lloyd George, for instance) to respect Authority, shut up and pay up.
I would like to see the other nonconformist churches follow its example.