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Synonyms for denomination

religious group



Synonyms for denomination

those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

a system of religious belief

the word or words by which one is called and identified

Synonyms for denomination

a group of religious congregations having its own organization and a distinctive faith

a class of one kind of unit in a system of numbers or measures or weights or money

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identifying word or words by which someone or something is called and classified or distinguished from others

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A related phenomenon is currently visible in the trend of Israel-experience programs, the overwhelming majority of which are denominationally oriented, especially if one includes, as should be the case, pre-college yeshiva study.
Things were a lot more denominationally exclusive back in 1962.
Denominationally, two were Methodist, two were Baptist, one was Episcopal, one was Defensores de la Fe, one was Church of God--Cleveland (Tennessee), and one was nondenominational.
25) Anti-French feelings were traditionally more readily aroused in Protestant dominated Victoria (especially under James Service's premiership in the 1880s) than in an ethnically and denominationally more diverse New South Wales.
By bringing the nation's faith-based organizations and church-anchored ministries into a new national network and voice, we will be stronger than we are separately or denominationally.
In the case of United Methodism (and probably other denominations), being denominationally pro-choice means at least three things.
Southern pastors urged them to remain denominationally loyal, and Northern churches, some more successfully than others, identified newcomers at train stations, urged them to attend services and accept their beneficence.
Roman Catholic schools in this nation also are much more racially and denominationally inclusive than are their counterparis on the other side of the Atlantic.
While biblical commentaries denominationally vary on certain contentious theological and liturgical matters (such as the Lord's Supper), they commonly agree on such undisputed biblical episodes as the passages from Samuel and Isaiah paraphrased by Wheatley.
Furthermore, they have been exclusive, either ethnically or denominationally.
Denominationally coined notions of unity Everyone considers as good and appropriate what she or he already knows.
Whether institutional, community, or personal, then, a significant focus of such blogs is spirituality--this meaning anything from denominationally defined religious identification and associated practices to more general notions of inner peace, universal connectedness, relationship to a higher power, or an existential experience of hope.
So, for example, continuing education on leadership, congregational development, or the emergent church is not grounded denominationally but is ecumenical in scope.
In addition, the interpersonal issues that contribute to burnout can be effectively addressed with services such as denominationally supported counseling.
WorldSkills International is politically and denominationally neutral.