Definition of Ecclesiological. Meaning of Ecclesiological. Synonyms of Ecclesiological

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Definition of Ecclesiological

Ecclesiological
Ecclesiological Ec*cle`si*o*log"ic*al, a. Belonging to ecclesiology.

Meaning of Ecclesiological from wikipedia

- question of separation between ecclesiological and theological primacy and separation of the different ecclesiological levels: Position of the Moscow...
- re-established as the St Paul's Ecclesiological Society in 1879. That society reverted to the old name, the Ecclesiological Society, in 1937. The society's...
- Christian denominations adhering to the christological definitions and ecclesiological resolutions of the Council of Chalcedon, the Fourth E****enical Council...
- Patriarchate (Gr****: πατριαρχεῖον, patriarcheîon) is an ecclesiological term in Christianity, designating the office and jurisdiction of an ecclesiastical...
- Catholic–Orthodox ecclesiastical differences are differences between the organizational structure and governance of the Eastern Orthodox Church and that...
- Protos, although ****ure discussions are to be held on the concrete ecclesiological exercise of papal primacy. The do****ent was issued at the tenth plenary...
- of the Pope which is presented in Catholic teaching as chiefly an ecclesiological issue, not so much a theological one. The Orthodox object to the Catholic...
- Catholic Church consists of its bishops, priests, and deacons. In the ecclesiological sense of the term, "hierarchy" strictly means the "holy ordering" of...
- protos, although ****ure discussions are to be held on the concrete ecclesiological exercise of papal primacy. Major lawsuits emerged in 2001 claiming...
- salvation, whether it was permissible to burn heretics, and other ecclesiological and theological disputes. Following the Age of Discovery (15th–17th...
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