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Definition of Waldensians

Waldensian
Waldensian Wal*den"sian, a. Of or pertaining to the Waldenses. -- n. One Holding the Waldensian doctrines.

Meaning of Waldensians from wikipedia

- the Waldensian community. The GAW has ongoing links with the Waldensians in Italy. In 1848, after many centuries of harsh ****cution, the Waldensians acquired...
- The Savoyard-Waldensian Wars were a series of conflicts between the community of Waldensians (also known as Vaudois) and the Savoyard troops in the Duchy...
- Methodist Evangelical Church in Italy. It has 50,000 members (45,000 Waldensians, of whom 30,000 in Italy and some 15,000 divided between Argentina and...
- Carolina, to pave the way for several hundred other Waldensian immigrants. In 1897, the Waldensians began to construct a Romanesque-style church that would...
- leader of the Waldensians, a Christian spiritual movement of the Middle Ages. Peter Waldo is regarded as the founder of the Waldensians sometime between...
- crusade against the Waldensians. The Calabrese Roman Catholic Abbot Giovan Antonio Anania informed Ghislieri that the Waldensians in Calabria had meanwhile...
- successionism is the theory that the Anabaptists are of Waldensian origin. Some hold the idea that the Waldensians are part of the apostolic succession, while others...
- The Waldensian Evangelical Church (Chiesa Evangelica Valdese, CEV) was a pre-Protestant denomination founded by Peter Waldo in 12th century in Italy, until...
- 1641), Embrun, Hautes-Alpes – September 8, 1721) was a pastor of the Waldensians in Piedmont, who turned soldier in order to rescue, and who did rescue...
- altogether refused to repent were burned. The Waldensians were mostly in Germany and North Italy. The Waldensians were a group of orthodox laymen concerned...
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