Definition of Liturgiologist. Meaning of Liturgiologist. Synonyms of Liturgiologist

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Definition of Liturgiologist

Liturgiologist
Liturgiologist Li*tur`gi*ol"o*gist, n. One versed in liturgiology.

Meaning of Liturgiologist from wikipedia

- Westminster, 26 March 1848; died Salisbury 30 January 1938) was a British liturgiologist and author. He was the son of Bishop Christopher Wordsworth and grandson...
- are Bishop John Sage, a well-known patristic scholar; Bishop Rattray, liturgiologist; John Skinner, of Longside, author of Tullochgorum; Bishop Gleig, editor...
- malevolent and restless spirits of the dead were propitiated. Some liturgiologists base the idea that this Lemuria festival was the origin of that of...
- Hoffman (baseball) (1878–1948), 1900s infielder for the Chicago Orphans Lawrence A. Hoffman (born 1942), liturgiologist Lawrence J. Hoffman, American lawyer...
- Christopher Wordsworth (Trinity) (1774–1846), English divine and scholar Christopher Wordsworth (liturgiologist) (1848–1938), English liturgiologist and author...
- court sits with five advisers chosen from panels of theologians or liturgiologists. As of 2012, the court has sat in only two cases: Re St Michael and...
- the most eminent are John Sage, a well-known scholar; Bishop Rattray, liturgiologist; John Skinner, of Longside, author of Tullochgorum; Bishop Gleig, editor...
- Lissa (1760-1832), a rabbi Leser Landshuth (1817 - 1887), German Jewish liturgiologist Albert Mosse (1846 – 1925), German judge and legal scholar Zvi Hirsch...
- discussion, and at least two conflicting theories are held by leading liturgiologists. The decision is not made easier by the absence of any direct evidence...
- include: Adalbert Ebner (1851–1898), German Catholic clergyman and liturgiologist Annemarie Ebner, Austrian luger Christina Ebner (1277–1356), German...
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