schismatical


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Adj.1.schismatical - of or relating to or involved in or characteristic of schism; "schismatic sects"
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schismatical

[sɪzˈmætɪkəl, skɪzˈmætɪkəl] ADJcismático
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No man who understands Christianity can exclude from Christendom the principal Protestant nations, or the nations that adhere, like Russia and modern Greece, to the schismatical Greek communion.
See also A Proclamation against seditious and schismatical books and libels, &c, in Strype, Life and Acts, 3:216-18.
Therefore, to deliberately disobey these guidelines can be seen as a kind of schismatical act.
(55) The North Africans' decision to hear the appeal and render their decision--against Stephen--reveals the principles upon which Cyprian, who spoke in their name, would later deal with Stephen on the issue of schismatical baptisms: unity, competence, and collegiality.
Holmes is most remembered for "the event" of 1651, when he found himself in a Boston jail, sentenced to be fined or publicly whipped for his schismatical Baptist activities.