Noun(1) a member of the Episcopal church
Adjective(1) of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Episcopal church
(1) As in 1662 the Anglican squirearchy would permit no weakening of the hierarchical and episcopalian structure of the Church.(2) As Episcopalians , not having an ordained priest available meant we could not celebrate the Eucharist.(3) Moreover, black Episcopalians have consistently held the Church's feet to the fire, and reminded it when its actions have been inconsistent with the principles it espoused.(4) My own view is that of a person who was born into a family of Episcopalians whose allegiance to that church stretches as far back as anyone can remember.(5) Buffalo's Protestant founders, mainly Episcopalians and Presbyterians, originated in New England and eastern New York.(6) I have an Episcopalian Franciscan friend, a monk who has become a priest, and who took the vows of poverty, chastity, and obedience.(7) Evangelicals are a sub-set of Christianity, a religion that includes Catholics, Episcopalians , liberal Protestants, Greek Orthodox, etc.(8) Anglican High Churchmen referred - sometimes enviously - to the relative autonomy of non-established Scottish episcopalianism .(9) In the U.S. there are now more Muslims than Episcopalians or Presbyterians, and at least as many Muslims as Jews.(10) Further, in spite of the proliferation of weekday celebrations of lesser feasts, many Episcopalians lack even cursory knowledge of the early church and the patristic fathers.(11) Most divided are the moderate Protestant denominations, such as the Presbyterians, Episcopalians and Methodists.(12) However, I think his son converted to episcopalianism (if that can be called a ├ö├ç├┐conversion├ö├ç├û).(13) It is one of the richest resources on baptism written for Episcopalians in print.(14) A brother had left the church several years earlier and become an Episcopalian .(15) Perhaps most important, in many urban and rural areas where churches are struggling, Episcopalians and Lutherans will be able to have joint congregations served by a pastor or priest of either body.(16) Carroll reports on an Assemblies of God congregation that became Episcopalian and on evangelicals who became Orthodox.
1. episcopal ::
Different Formsepiscopalian, episcopalians
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