Irvingite


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Irvingite

a member of the religious group founded by Edward Irving, a Scots minister who advocated strict observance of ritualistic practices.
See also: Protestantism
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Pratt had struggled in Toronto but did find some interest among a study group with Irvingite sympathies.
In Chapter One, Zemka juxtaposes Coleridge's Romantic/religious hermeneutics, especially as adumbrated in Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit and Lay Sermons, with the phenomenon of glossolalia in Irvingite churches, finding similarities in their negotiations with issues of subjectivity and revelation, the sinful-yet-inspired self.
Shaw, The Catholic Apostolic Church, Sometimes Called Irvingite (Freeport, N.
KIB and AirHogs staff worked for several weeks prior to the event, which was also promoted by the City's Communications Department to encourage Irvingites to come to the ball park.
An index of British Nonconformity in Betjemans writings would include General Baptists, Strict and Particular Baptists, Seventh Day Baptists, Wesleyan Methodists, Primitive Methodists, Bible Christians, Plymouth Brethren, Moravians, Lutherans, Independents and Congregationalists, Presbyterians and Unitarians, Quakers, Christian Scientists, Swedenborgians, Sandemanians and Glasites, the Peculiar People, Countess of Huntingdonites, Fifth Monarchists, Covenanters, Millenarians, Muggletonians, Agapemonites, Irvingites, Bryanites, and nondenominationals, as well as those "low church" Anglican parishes that are borderline dissenting--evangelical, reformed, and Calvinistic.