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Synonyms for denomination

religious group

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unit

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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Even in denominationally mixed countries within this "enlarged Europe", religiosity does not increase, as it assumes the economic-market model, established by Peter Berger, who argued that religious pluralism raises the level of religious attachment.
Taking heed to the 2014 “Walking Into A New Season," Bishop Willis moves beyond the conventional barriers by bringing culturally and denominationally diverse leaders to California to speak to a wide-range of perspectives, expertise and leadership.
It is aware of the fact that reaching this stage of the dialogue with the United States would mean the full relinquishing of a strategy which allowed it to outbid the Arabs in embracing the Palestinian cause and groups with which it converges ideologically and denominationally, and which it uses as a card to ensure its expansion and hegemony in the region, from its far Yemeni southern end to its Syrian north and Lebanese west.
Because this is largely a conservative denominationally affiliated sample, and based on their beliefs, it could be expected that the mate characteristics of similar religious background and chastity might be higher than studies done in different settings.
Finally, there were the scientists, who were chafing at the restrictions of the denominationally affiliated academic institutions that employed them.
Pedagogy in this case is framed by theology within a denominationally specific environment.
A reason for this can be traced to the church's decision to shift work with refugees from the local congregations or denominationally guided organizations to religious NGOs.
Almost every religious group has turned to the Internet, if not officially with denominationally sanctioned sites, then unofficially through online materials prepared by enthusiastic members of the different groups.
Denominationally, it arrays adherents of at least six rival communities (Alawite, Sunni, and Shiite Muslims; Catholic and Orthodox Christians; Jews).
The advent of these early American religious camps--primarily Christian and denominationally affiliated--was heavily influenced by two definitive religious movements: the camp meeting and the religious conference.
The disagreements in discussions in the Society of Biblical Literature are usually not denominationally based.
"If this ruling stands--and there are some others like it in various court circuits around the country--then tenured professors at denominationally controlled seminaries are terminable at will, and those firings cannot be judicially reviewed, even when they are race-based."
Beyond the orchestration of the drafting committees and the mobilization of denominationally defined constituencies, the FCC office did something else that made the Delaware Conference a landmark event.
Wisdom dictates that all stakeholders from politicians to individuals pull together - the terrorists have done just that amongst almost all their factions - to defeat this menace in a politically and denominationally non-partisan manner.
The rites are presented as denominationally exclusive, but binding those who participate.