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Definition of Irvingite

Irvingite
Irvingite Ir"ving*ite, n. (Eccl.) The common designation of one a sect founded by the Rev. Edward Irving (about 1830), who call themselves the Catholic Apostolic Church. They are highly ritualistic in worship, have an elaborate hierarchy of apostles, prophets, etc., and look for the speedy coming of Christ.

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- Stockholm[permanent dead link]. The church and Its Gordon Square Cathedral: the 'Irvingites' and the Catholic Apostolic Church by Manfred Henke https://www.ucl.ac...
- Alexander John Scott (1805–1866) was a Scottish dissident theologian, who became the first prin****l of Owens College. The son of Dr. John Scott (died...
- works and continued selling them. Tatham later joined the fundamentalist Irvingite church and under the influence of conservative members of that church...
- Samuel Taylor Coleridge (/ˈkoʊlərɪdʒ/; 21 October 1772 – 25 July 1834) was an English poet, literary critic, philosopher and theologian who, with his friend...
- runs the course of most of the current church age. It is also true that Irvingites spoke of a soon coming of Christ to translate believers to heaven, but...
- near-contemporary copies of windows designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones. In 1853, Irvingite Catholics (Catholic-Apostolic) began worshipping in a building in the...
- writer, best known as one of the founders of the Catholic Apostolic or Irvingite Church. He was born at The Grange, near Northington, Hampshire, the eldest...
- Danbury, ConnecticutOctober 11, 1906 in Hartford, Connecticut) was an Irvingite divine. He graduated from Williams College in 1839 and practiced law for...
- intended to be a chapel for the Catholic Apostolic Church (also called 'Irvingites') in Bristol. It was designed by Richard Shackleton Pope and construction...
- wider acceptance in both the US and in Britain, particularly among the Irvingites, Plymouth Brethren, Christadelphians, Church of God, Christian Israelite...