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- n. One who practices sacramentalism.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who holds the doctrine of the real objective presence of Christ's body and blood in the holy eucharist.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who holds the doctrine of sacramentalism.
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The sacramentalist and the non-sacramentalist, the mystic and the intellectualist, the man of feeling and the man of action, those who experience sudden changes and those who are the subjects of more gradual growth -- each receives his due, and neither need despise the other.
By nature a symbolist, if not a sacramentalist, he found in such studies a task for which he was almost ideally fitted by temperament, training, and genius.
Better, far better, be a sacramentalist like me and embrace the idea through the act, than refuse the act in dread of imperiling the dominion of the idea.
In particular, note that Beaseley-Murray is a sacramentalist.
On the contrary, as the sacramentalist that he was, Tertullian clearly does regard the anointing itself as the means by which the Spirit is conveyed, and definitely NOT as a mere symbol of an earlier gift of the Spirit.
Such is the power of Star Wars.) (From sacramentalist.) (31 shouts of denial | Tell me I'm full of it)