Definition of Intrusionist. Meaning of Intrusionist. Synonyms of Intrusionist

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Definition of Intrusionist

Intrusionist
Intrusionist In*tru"sion*ist, n. One who intrudes; especially, one who favors the appointment of a clergyman to a parish, by a patron, against the wishes of the parishioners.

Meaning of Intrusionist from wikipedia

- in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts. The result was a schism from the church by some of the non-intrusionists led by Dr Thomas Chalmers...
- in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts. The result was a schism from the church by some of the non-intrusionists led by Dr Thomas Chalmers...
- negative on the church's claims for spiritual independence. The non-intrusionist movement ended in the Disruption: on 18 May 1843, 470 clergy withdrew...
- in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts. The result was a schism from the church by some of the non-intrusionists led by Dr Thomas Chalmers...
- in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts. The result was a schism from the church by some of the non-intrusionists led by Dr Thomas Chalmers...
- Conflict" of legal and political wrangling ended in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts, reaching the Court of Session and then finally...
- in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts. The result was a schism from the church by some of the non-intrusionists led by Dr Thomas Chalmers...
- William Elder, decided to establish their own church on Chalmers' "non-intrusionist" principles, and in 1849 asked the Colonial Committee of the Free Church...
- 1843 in the Church of Scotland, Marshall generally sympathised with non-intrusionist party; but in the event he broke with the Free Church and became an Anglican...
- Conflict" of legal and political wrangling ended in defeat for the non-intrusionists in the civil courts, reaching the Court of Session and then finally...
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