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Definition of Schism act

Schism act
Greek schism (Eccl.), the separation of the Greek and Roman churches. Great schism, or Western schism (Eccl.) a schism in the Roman church in the latter part of the 14th century, on account of rival claimants to the papal throne. Schism act (Law), an act of the English Parliament requiring all teachers to conform to the Established Church, -- passed in 1714, repealed in 1719.

Meaning of Schism act from wikipedia

- A schism (/ˈsɪzəm/ SIZ-əm, /ˈskɪzəm/, SKIZ-əm or, less commonly, /ˈʃɪzəm/ ****-əm) is a division between people, usually belonging to an organization,...
- The Schism Act 1714 or Established Church Act 1713 (13 Ann. c. 7) was a never-enforced 1714 Act of the Parliament of Great Britain which was repealed...
- The East–West Schism, also known as the Great Schism or Schism of 1054, is the break of communion between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches since...
- The Acacian schism, between the Eastern and Western Christian Churches, lasted 35 years, from 484 to 519. It resulted from a drift in the leaders of Eastern...
- A schism between the Russian Orthodox Church (ROC, also known as the Moscow Patriarchate) and the E****enical Patriarchate of Constantinople began on 15...
- The Religious Worship Act 1718 (5 Geo. 1. c. 4) was an Act of the Parliament of Great Britain. It repealed the Schism Act 1714. Mark A. Thomson, A Constitutional...
- following that on which the royal ****ent had ratified the repeal of the Schism Act. It was thus repealed on the 18th February, 1719, and they met on." (Gordon...
- The schism of 1552 was an important event in the history of the Church of the East. It divided the church into two factions, of which one entered into...
- The Nonjuring schism refers to a split in the established churches of England, Scotland and Ireland, following the deposition and exile of James II and...
- Church have been in a state of official schism from one another since the East–West Schism of 1054. This schism was caused by historical and language differences...