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Definition of Tractarian

Tractarian
Tractarian Trac*ta"ri*an, n. (Ch. of England) One of the writers of the Oxford tracts, called ``Tracts for the Times,' issued during the period 1833-1841, in which series of papers the sacramental system and authority of the Church, and the value of tradition, were brought into prominence. Also, a member of the High Church party, holding generally the principles of the Tractarian writers; a Puseyite.
Tractarian
Tractarian Trac*ta"ri*an, a. Of or pertaining to the Tractarians, or their principles.

Meaning of Tractarian from wikipedia

- philosophy was known as Tractarianism after its series of publications, the Tracts for the Times, published from 1833 to 1841. Tractarians were also disparagingly...
- and some Anglicans regard themselves as Anglo-Catholics, following the Tractarian movement. The monarch of the United Kingdom is the supreme governor of...
- Charles Marriott (1811–1858) was an Anglican priest, a fellow of Oriel College, Oxford, and one of the members of the Oxford Movement. He was responsible...
- propriety of this legislation was bitterly contested by the Oxford Movement (Tractarians), who in response developed a vision of Anglicanism as religious tradition...
- Hope-Scott (15 July 1812 – 29 April 1873) was a British barrister and Tractarian. Born at Great Marlow, in the county of Buckinghamshire, and christened...
- Dibdin (1851). England warned and counselled; 4 lectures on popery and tractarianism. James Nisbet. p. 20. Gary Waller (2013). Walsingham and the English...
- current problems about women's place in society, become boring, thin and tractarian. An element in the debate regarding the play's misogyny, or lack thereof...
- September 1807 – 23 April 1873) was an English Catholic clergyman, formerly a Tractarian, and thereafter a newspaper proprietor, editor and journalist. Henry Wilberforce...
- aware of a sense of duty to society, and under the influence of the Tractarians. As a young woman, she was also able to travel in Europe. In summer 1867...
- as between the Calvinist and Arminianist beliefs; and finally by the Tractarians as between Roman Catholicism and the Magisterial Reformers. Historian...