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7) Governments of French revolutionary anti-clerical, laicist style alternated with conservative clericalist regimes.
But, not surprisingly, during the interwar years, the church welcomed various attempts to appropriate fascist organizational techniques for clericalist purpose--hence, the good relations the papacy cultivated with Austrian "clerical fascism" in the early 1930s and with Antonio Salazar's "New Order," set up in Portugal in the preceding decade (p.
Herbert attempts to "steer a course between a retreating conformist Calvinism and an advancing Arminian authority" (41), "between clericalist and populist conceptions of pastoral conduct" (48), "between broad and narrow definitions of preaching" (51), and so on.
I show that when reformists referred to women, they exclusively focused on the "prudish," "fanatically devout wives" of the professors whom they accused of being clericalist and monastic.
Could the author whose tolerant Humanita't comes across in Iphigenie auf Tauris and whose Mephistopheles derides favouritism in his 'Song of the Flea' even think of supporting a regime that was headed by an extreme clericalist reactionary and that reintroduced censorship, rode roughshod over its own council of ministers, and eventually annulled democratic elections?
Yet the clericalist mind set does fundamentally distort, disrupt, and poison the Christian lives of members of the church, clergy and laity alike, and weakens the church in her mission to the world.
In the wake of the collapse of the Shah's regime and the later clericalist challenge to Western-style modernization, American policy-makers, academics, journalists, and media commentators tried to understand the new phenomenon of Islamism.
7) In terms of style, Carroll is characterised in the record as authoritarian and clericalist, as someone who formed temporary and superficial relationships with the political leaders and operatives of the day for his own ends.
What is wrong with this clericalist neo-authoritarianism?
He also was critical of priests who openly disagree with church teaching, especially on points of sexuality "That a priest disagree with a long-established teaching is one thing; that he intentionally misrepresent this teaching to the baptized who have a right to be taught what the church teaches is evidence of a clericalist mindset," Doherty said.
Steeped as they were in a legalistic, clericalist, and ultramontane theological upbringing, they showed little sympathy for indigenous religion and culture as useful sources of the inculturation of liturgy and catechetical reform.
Garvin supports that argument, laying out the shift from a rural to an urban Ireland as a major reason for change, coupled with a rejection of the very form of authoritarian clericalist Catholicism which was personified by McQuaid.
In this dangerous and difficult publishing environment, Herbert adopted a studied ambiguity: "defending formalist practices in terms designed to appeal to the godly, defending Puritan practices in formalist terms, defending clericalist practices in lay-populist terms.
It came as no surprise that the clericalist reform movements, which had been gaining momentum from the middle of the nineteenth century, propagated a radical change in customary episcopal recruitment practices: parish priests rather than learned monks should comprise the episcopate, since learned monks lacked this-worldly experience and had, in fact, never been intended for administrative tasks after taking ascetic vows.
Instead of the clericalist Presbyterian church that the Covenanters had demanded be created in England, the final ecclesiastical settlement was, as the Scots divine Robert Baillie complained, `a lame, Erastian Presbytery' in which powers of jurisdiction were firmly in lay hands.