[ UK /tʃˈɜːtʃmən/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɝtʃmən/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɝtʃmən/ ]
- a clergyman or other person in religious orders
How To Use churchman In A Sentence
- We may be different branches of the seven golden candlesticks, varying and diversified in outward form and workmanship; but let us combine in "showing forth the praises of Him" who recognizes, as the one true "churchmanship," fidelity in shining for His glory "as lights in the world. The Mind of Jesus
- I suppose I do miss my life as a senior churchman, but not very often. ABSOLUTE TRUTHS
- The flip-top packet in common use today was invented in America in the 1920s, but, oddly enough didn't make it across the Atlantic until the late 1950s, when Churchman's No.1 cigarettes were the first to feature the new-style packet.
- : One of the more confounding aspects to the current crisis is the repeating confusion of traditional terms of "churchmanship" for the current divisions of theology. Stand Firm
- As churchman, he upheld ecclesiastical discipline in Italy and Dalmatia, maintained authority in the vicariate of Illyricum, restructured the dioceses of his dwindling patriarchate, and laboured to convert Jews and pagan rustics.
- We had previously travelled with a different kind of churchman, to whom we were especially commended - Harrison, Mrs. Burton, 1843-1920. Recollections Grave and Gay
- Or perhaps the remark was a mere evasion, a way of saying politely to a prominent churchman that Africans desperately need to end the culture of impunity.
- churchmanship" was pretty much what I imbibed from the people around me. Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]
- This massive biography describes the rise to power of the last great English churchman to preside over the King's government.
- Daddy was a churchman whose churchmanship was recognized and honored by those who really knew him.