clergymen

  • 1 clergymen — ● clergyman, clergymen ou clergymans nom masculin (anglais clergyman) Ministre du culte anglican. ● clergyman, clergymen ou clergymans (expressions) nom masculin (anglais clergyman) Habit de clergyman, costume ecclésiastique de ville, en usage… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 2 Clergymen — Clergyman Cler gy*man, n.; pl. {Clergymen}. An ordained minister; a man regularly authorized to preach the gospel, and administer its ordinances; in England usually restricted to a minister of the Established Church. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 3 Clergymen — There are three orders of clergymen, namely bishops, priests and deacons who are ordained to serve the people of God …

    Dictionary of church terms

  • 4 clergymen — cler·gy·man || klÉœrdʒɪmÉ™n / klɜːd n. priest, minister; member of the clergy …

    English contemporary dictionary

  • 5 clergymen’s sons always turn out badly — 1885 E. J. HARDY How to be Happy though Married xix. The Proverb says that ‘Clergymen’s sons always turn out badly’..because the children are surfeited with severe religion, not with the true religion of Christ. 1922 W. R. INGE Outspoken Essays… …

    Proverbs new dictionary

  • 6 List of Swedish clergymen — This is a list of Swedish clergymen and theologians.Bishops*Mikael Agricola, bishop and reformer *Hans Brask, bishop *Bishop Henry, bishop *Lars Levi Laestadius, founder of the Laestadian movement *Christina Odenberg, first woman bishop in the… …

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  • 7 gymen — clergymen …

    Dictionnaire des rimes

  • 8 Clericus et agricola et mercator, tempore belli, ut oret, colat, et commutet pace fruuntur — Clergymen, farmers and merchants enjoy peace in time of war, so that they may preach, cultivate the soil, and trade …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 9 The Seal of Confession —     The Law of the Seal of Confession     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Law of the Seal of Confession     In the Decretum of the Gratian who compiled the edicts of previous councils and the principles of Church law which he published about 1151,… …

    Catholic encyclopedia

  • 10 History of the Puritans — The history of the Puritans can be traced back to the Vestments Controversy in the reign of Edward VI ending in a decline in the mid 1700s. Background, to 1559 The English Reformation, begun his reign in the reign of Henry VIII of England, was… …

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  • 11 Letter from Birmingham Jail — The Letter from Birmingham Jail or Letter from Birmingham City Jail, also known as The Negro Is Your Brother, is an open letter written on April 16, 1963, by Martin Luther King, Jr., an American civil rights leader. King wrote the letter from the …

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  • 12 Fleet Marriage — A Fleet Marriage is the best known example of an irregular or a clandestine marriage taking place in England before the Marriage Act 1753 came into force on March 25th, 1754. Specifically, it was one which took place in London s Fleet Prison… …

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  • 13 Early Modern Romania — is the portion of Romanian history that falls in the early modern period, roughly from the end of the 15th century to the end of the 18th century (or from the union of Mihai Viteazul of 1600–1601, to the revolution of Tudor Vladimirescu in 1821.) …

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  • 14 clergyman — [ klɛrʒiman ] n. m. • 1818; mot angl. , de clergy « clergé » et man « homme » ♦ Pasteur anglo saxon. Des clergymans ou des clergymen [ klɛrʒimɛn ]. ● clergyman, clergymen ou clergymans nom masculin (anglais clergyman) Ministre du culte anglican.… …

    Encyclopédie Universelle

  • 15 John Wesley — Infobox Person name = John Wesley image size = 175px caption = birth date = birth date|1703|6|29|mf=y birth place = Epworth, Lincolnshire, England death date = death date and age|1791|3|2|1703|6|28|mf=y death place = education = Charterhouse… …

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  • 16 Benefit of clergy — In English law, the benefit of clergy (Law Latin Privilegium clericale) was originally a provision by which clergymen could claim that they were outside the jurisdiction of the secular courts and be tried instead in an ecclesiastical court under… …

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  • 17 Human zoo — For other uses, see Human zoo (disambiguation). An ad for a Peoples Show (Völkerschau) in Stuttgart (Germany), 1928 Human zoos (also called ethnological expositions or Negro Villages) were 19th and 20th century public exhibits of humans, usually… …

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  • 18 Episcopal Diocese of Virginia — Diocese of Virginia Location Ecclesiastical province III Statistics Parishes 181 Members 79,852 …

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  • 19 Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy — The Fundamentalist Modernist Controversy was a religious controversy in the 1920s and 30s within the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. The major American denomination was torn by conflict over the issues of theology and… …

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  • 20 Connecticut — • U.S. state and one of the thirteen original colonies Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Connecticut     Connecticut     † …

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