correligionist


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correligionist

(ˌkəʊrɪˈlɪdʒənɪst)
n
(Theology)
a. a variant spelling of coreligionist
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But I have also seen that for some of my students, a Christian writing for Christians about his or her studies of Judaism is far more effective than a Rabbi or Professor at driving home just what correligionists need urgently to know and understand about Judaism.
I suspect that the character of this great poet would emerge with far greater clarity and force if d'Aubigne's ruthless intransigence were viewed from a perspective other than the tendentious one he himself provided to his own children and correligionists.
In contrast to all other groups, Morisco defendants - both men and women - almost never implicated their correligionists.