Episcopalianism


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Episcopalianism

1. the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Anglican communion.
2. adherence to the policy and practice of the Episcopal Church. — Episcopalian, n., adj. — Episcopal, adj.
See also: Protestantism
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Noun1.Episcopalianism - the theological doctrine of church government by bishops
theological doctrine - the doctrine of a religious group
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As he became an internationally known "Prince of the Pulpit," he distanced himself from the "evangelical party" in Episcopalianism.
In the first decade of the twentieth century, the Emmanuel movement arose within Episcopalianism and spread to other mainline Protestant churches, combining theological modernism and psychotherapy to promote healing.
Despite renewed scholarly interest in Evangelical Episcopalianism recently, important questions persist about the party's demise in the last third of the nineteenth century.
Episcopalianism and Congregationalism, which emphasize rule by a bishop or by the people), is more compatible with Chinese society, which emphasizes the father figure.
Howe left behind the evangelical Episcopalianism of her father and her childhood to identify with the most progressive wing of reforming Unitarianism.
By this time, Annie Jonas was closely aligned with Unitarianism, but what made her choose Episcopalianism and life as the wife of a priest?
When your primary parent practices liberal Episcopalianism, why not choose Catholicism as a step toward adulthood and individuation?
Soon after his father's suicide when Percy was thirteen, Walker Percy and his brothers passed from the liberal Presbyterianism of his mother's family to the nominal Episcopalianism of William Alexander Percy, the distinguished cousin who adopted them.
Grace Church: Richard Upjohn, who lived in Cobble Hill and was one of America's most important 19th-century architects, designed this picture-perfect example of the Gothic Revival architecture of "High Church" Episcopalianism in the 1840s.
Actress Anne Hathaway revealed this year that when her elder brother Michael came out, "The whole family converted to Episcopalianism.
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My own search took me to East Asian religions, and particularly to Buddhism, although it eventually brought me back to Christianity in the form of Episcopalianism.