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  • noun Plural form of churchgoer.

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  • But for many people, the notion of churchgoers publicly denouncing one another's sins raises fearful images of The Scarlet Letter and Pilgrims in stocks.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • But for many people, the notion of churchgoers publicly denouncing one another's sins raises fearful images of The Scarlet Letter and Pilgrims in stocks.

    RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • Mark Issacs, a board member of Interfaith Paths to Peace and founder of a local coalition dedicated to a peaceful resolution to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict in the Middle East, said he believed in the right to bear arms, but was distressed at the notion of churchgoers packing heat.

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  • Mark Issacs, a board member of Interfaith Paths to Peace and founder of a local coalition dedicated to a peaceful resolution to the Israeli and Palestinian conflict in the Middle East, said he believed in the right to bear arms, but was distressed at the notion of churchgoers packing heat.

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  • (on camera): Our camera wasn't allowed inside, but Senator Allen played up an issue conservatives hope will appeal to the African - American churchgoers, that is, opposition to same-sex marriage.

    CNN Transcript Oct 30, 2006

  • (on camera): Our camera wasn't allowed inside, but Senator Allen played up an issue conservatives hope will appeal to the African - American churchgoers, that is, opposition to same-sex marriage.

    CNN Transcript Oct 30, 2006

  • Pejorative directed against collective production by a group applying harsher criticism against one group, such as churchgoers, than against another group, such as atheists ethnic voting

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Pejorative directed against collective production by a group applying harsher criticism against one group, such as churchgoers, than against another group, such as atheists ethnic voting

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Pejorative directed against collective production by a group applying harsher criticism against one group, such as churchgoers, than against another group, such as atheists ethnic voting

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • Pejorative directed against collective production by a group applying harsher criticism against one group, such as churchgoers, than against another group, such as atheists

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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