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Definition of Laymen
.; pl. Laymen. [Lay, adj. + man.]
1. One of the people, in distinction from the clergy; one of
the laity; sometimes, a man not belonging to some
particular profession, in distinction from those who do.
Meaning of Laymen from wikipedia
- that the laity
also play important roles
in the structures
of the church. There
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- the Church." In July 2017 a group
and laymen signed
a do****ent labeled
as a "Filial Correction" of Pope Francis. The...
into the 1930s, with the execution
of clerics, monks
, the confiscation
implements, and closure
of churches. In the...
- the monks
and nuns may constantly listen
to and remember. Likewise
and laywomen." Dhammika:"There is disagreement amongst scholars
- The George
the United Laymen Bible Student Tabernacle
Tabernacle, is located
at 924 Center Street
in the School...
of distinctly Pentecostal
congregations. By 1914, many ministers
and laymen alike began
just how far-reaching the spread
of the revival
(d. c. 525) were typical
of the age. Changes
also took place among laymen
, as aristocratic culture focused
on great feasts
held in halls rather
- The Houses
****emblies of the laity
of the Church
of England, one for the province
of Canterbury, and the other
for the province...
- body controlled
by Protestants. Nearly
bishops, clergy, and laymen rejected
of the new laws, and were defiant
in the face of heavier...
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