Definition of Rigorist. Meaning of Rigorist. Synonyms of Rigorist

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Definition of Rigorist

Rigorist
Rigorist Rig"or*ist, n. [Cf. F. rigoriste.] One who is rigorous; -- sometimes applied to an extreme Jansenist.

Meaning of Rigorist from wikipedia

- resulted in the first schism in the Sangha, probably caused by a group of rigorist reformists called Sthaviras who split from the majority Mahāsāṃghikas....
- rebellion of the Kharijites. Connected to his political dissent was his rigorist view of sin: He denied God was the source of all human actions, emphasized...
- elected the twenty-first pope in March 251. Those who supported a more rigorist position had Novatian consecrated bishop and refused to recognize Cornelius...
- certain Fortunatus as bishop in opposition to Cyprian. At the same time, the rigorist party in Rome, who refused reconciliation to any of the lapsed, elected...
- their positions in the church.: xiv  The North African Christians, (the rigorists who became known as Donatists), refused to accept them.: ix, x  Catholics...
- of Alexandria, church father with Gnostic sympathies ~220 Novatian, a rigorist and Antipope in 251 Dionysius, patriarch of Alexandria, pope of the Coptic...
- Marianne de ma jeunesse. Jean Renoir called him, a "great technician, [a] rigorist, a poet". It was as an actor, in 1916 at the Théâtre de l'Odéon under the...
- theologian John Sinnichius (1603–1666), was the foremost defender of the Rigorist doctrines. He held that it is not lawful to follow even a most probable...
- learned presbyter of the Church at Rome, set up a schismatic church with a rigorist position on the readmittance of Christians who had apostasized during the...
- Landau at the Mathematics Genealogy Project Edmund Landau: The Master Rigorist by Eli Maor, Trigonometric Delights, page 192. Translation of his doctoral...