sacerdotalism

NOUN
  1. a belief that priests can act as mediators between human beings and God
Linguix Browser extension
Fix your writing
on millions of websites
Start Error-Free Writing Linguix pencil

How To Use sacerdotalism In A Sentence

  • Christ, a stranger to all religious practices, and breathing defiance against "sacerdotalism" and "theocracy". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman
  • Page 166 when the notion of sacerdotalism is scattered from before his clouded vision, when transmitted ethnic fetichism is eradicated from his religion, and the virility of his nature, bared of empty forms of righteousness, is breathed upon by the spirit of God himself. The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion
  • It was a fixed moral code and a fixed theology which robbed the human race of a thousand years by wasting them upon alchemy, heretic-burning, witchcraft and sacerdotalism. Easter Lemming Liberal News
  • There are processions of red and yellow lamas; every act in trade, agriculture, and social life needs the sanction of sacerdotalism; whatever exists of wealth is in the gonpos, which also have a monopoly of learning, and 11,000 monks closely linked with the laity, yet ruling all affairs of life and death and beyond death, are all connected by education, tradition, and authority with Among the Tibetans
  • We properly apply the term sacerdotalism to any system the spirit of which seeks to place a human being in any intermediate character between God and man. Clara Maynard The True and the False - A Tale of the Times
  • This and the next rhetorical question, which seem to make the rest of the sonnet entirely unnecessary "and a good thing, too," I can hear some readers saying, suggest that the English may need to remind themselves of their natural immunity to all forms of sacerdotalism. An excursion into Victorian Protestant poetry: "Heart of Oak"
  • sacerdotalism" with the distinctive work of the Christian ministry; and both passages speak obviously in the tone of figure and, so to say, poetry. Philippian Studies Lessons in Faith and Love from St. Paul's Epistle to the Philippians
  • Jesus of Nazareth (- 4-30 C.E.) before it was finally overwhelmed and lost in the sacrificial sacerdotalism of formal Christianity. The Shape of Things to Come
  • From the approbation his Lordship has bestowed upon persistent law-breakers, we cannot feel any confidence that he will exercise his authority to stem the tide of unreasoning sacerdotalism. Bishop of the Poor: Edward King reinvented the role of diocesan bishop
View all
This website uses cookies to make Linguix work for you. By using this site, you agree to our cookie policy