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  • proper n. The doctrines and practices of Episcopalians.


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Episcopalian +‎ -ism


  • While possessed of a canonical, Bible-based theology, Episcopalianism places equal emphasis on the roles of reason and experience in the evolution of church belief and practice, and this is nowhere more evident than at Trinity Concord.

    American Grace

  • The term should not be confused with the Anglo-Catholic wing of Episcopalianism.

    American Grace

  • A surprising number of congregants at Trinity Boston have found their way to Episcopalianism by way of other, often more orthodox, religions.

    American Grace

  • Anglicanism/Episcopalianism born out of some sordid power structure?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Gaza Tunnels

  • What happens in religions such as Judaism (where a minyan of ten men is the minimum number of men necessary for prayers) or Islam, which is more demanding of men in terms of ritual prayer than, say, Episcopalianism or the Society of Friends.

    A Kuranian Take on the Religious Gender Gap, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Last month, Pope Benedict announced the formation of an American "ordinariate," or special diocese for Episcopal congregations that want to move to Roman Catholicism driven largely by Episcopalianism's liberal drift.

    Being a Catholic Priest—and Married

  • Indeed, as centralized and upright as the design appears, in plan it rather resembles San Marco in Venice, and preserves a clear sense of liturgical directionality within the interior, even if tempered with the functional emphasis on preaching characteristic of American Episcopalianism at the time.

    W. Halsey Wood's Jerusalem the Golden

  • Ask yourself: Do you ever hear of anyone "dabbling" in Episcopalianism?

    Wes Isley: Christine O'Donnell, Witchcraft and the Importance of Religious Dabbling

  • Anyway, he and his woman have abandoned the Church for Episcopalianism, a religion that was started becuase Henry VIII was a heartless swine and Anne Boleyn was an ambitious woman.

    Fr. Cutie

  • Lots of ambitious young businessmen who moved to NYC in the late 19th and early 20th Century converted to Episcopalianism frequently from Congregationalism or other Puritan-descended sects so they could be seen at church by other businessmen and thus trusted as honest God-fearing men of affairs, which then gave impetus to even more to convert to Episcopalianism.

    Religion as a Basis for Trust, Arnold Kling | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty


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