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Definition of Morisonians

Morisonians
Evangelical E`van*gel"ic*al, a. 1. Contained in, or relating to, the four Gospels; as, the evangelical history. 2. Belonging to, agreeable or consonant to, or contained in, the gospel, or the truth taught in the New Testament; as, evangelical religion. 3. Earnest for the truth taught in the gospel; strict in interpreting Christian doctrine; pre["e]minetly orthodox; -- technically applied to that party in the Church of England, and in the Protestant Episcopal Church, which holds the doctrine of ``Justification by Faith alone'; the Low Church party. The term is also applied to other religion bodies not regarded as orthodox. Evangelical Alliance, an alliance for mutual strengthening and common work, comprising Christians of different denominations and countries, organized in Liverpool, England, in 1845. Evangelical Church. (a) The Protestant Church in Germany. (b) A church founded by a fusion of Lutherans and Calvinists in Germany in 1817. Evangelical Union, a religion sect founded in Scotland in 1843 by the Rev. James Morison; -- called also Morisonians.

Meaning of Morisonians from wikipedia

- scope of the offer of salvation as made by God to all men; in polity the Morisonians observed a modified independency. This article incorporates text from...
- article on the topic as "rather odd...it can only be regarded as a piece of Morisonian mystification". Lardent's original drawings are according to Rhatigan...
- Nine students were expelled from the Congregational Academy for holding Morisonian doctrines, and in 1845 eight churches were disjoined from the Congregational...
- Not all who thus came over to Morison's views, and were hence known as Morisonians, became members of the evangelical union but they co-operated with it...
- Missions: The People's Work Revival of Pentecostal Christianity Where the Morisonians Are Wrong Gall's father, James Gall (1784–1874), designed a "triangular...
- was ****isted by Dr (later Sir) John Sibbald. In 1873 he was nominated Morisonian lecturer on insanity at the RCPE; but he did not live to complete his...
- an annual course of lectures on mental diseasescommemorated in the Morisonian Lectures of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh – and became...
- Visitation of Ireland, (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing, 1973), 30. "Morisonian Lectures on Insanity", The Scotsman, 26 March 1874, p4. "Edinburgh School...
- London: G. Bell & sons. Vines, Sydney Howard; — (1914). An account of the Morisonian Herbarium in the possession of the University of Oxford together with...