minister of religion

  1. a person authorized to conduct religious worship
    clergymen are usually called ministers in Protestant churches
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  • From the Boston Globe: As the Vietnam War raged in the 1960s, Mitt Romney received a deferment from the draft as a Mormon "minister of religion" for the duration of his missionary work in France, which lasted two and a half years. Mr. Romney Deferred
  • First we say that Justice Bleby incorrectly formulated the test for an intention to create legal relations in the context of a church and a minister of religion.
  • Byron wrote that "nought so much the spirit calms as rum and true religion;" but this dictum is hardly confirmed in the case of Mr. Bence Jones's assailants, who number among them a minister of religion, as well as the irrepressible grogshop-keeper. Disturbed Ireland Being the Letters Written During the Winter of 1880-81.
  • In English cities and towns, the minister of religion has been tamed: so many weapons are bared against him when he obtrudes his office in a dictatory manner, that, as a rule, there is no more quiet and modest member of society than the urban clergyman. A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume II (of II)
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