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Synonyms for schismatic

a person who dissents from the doctrine of an established church

Synonyms for schismatic

of or relating to or involved in or characteristic of schism


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The authors highlight the Donatist Council of Bagai (394 CE) for accepting schismatic baptism, but surely the Council of 336 constituted a stunning breach of Cyprianic principles when Donatus received apostates (ex-Catholics) without the purifying rite of penance.
A schismatic division in the early Christian church
The author would have found a better denominator in Revived Cornish, whose movement is replete with the sort of schismatic infighting ILIL most enjoys.
As successive popes struggled to establish Rome's hegemony and assert supremacy over the Eastern Orthodox Church based at Constantinople, they also battled schismatic movements within Europe itself, experienced surges of reformist energy and internal conflict (including a seventy-year interval, 1309-1378, when the curia decamped to Avignon), and confronted the challenge of an expansive Islam, including Muslim control of Jerusalem.
Formally and by regulation, splitting banks into "utility" banks and investment banks may eventually happen (as was the case in the USA from the 1930s through to the 1980s), but for the time being our banking system remains in any event practically schismatic.
As he explores the teachings of Orthodox icons he also explains the liturgy and sacraments, dogma, the constitution and rule of the Orthodox Church, the structure of Church life (national, schismatic and immigrant), missionary work, Orthodox culture, ethical and political concerns, and the relationships amongst Rome, Byzantium and Moscow.
Conflicts between Orthodox Christians and various heretical and schismatic movements decreased the range of officially sanctioned opinion.
The government cruelly repressed the Schismatic dissenters, but the number of Old Believers did not decrease.
The critics came down against her: Stasov, ever an ebullient supporter of an art uniquely Russian, saw her as a narrow-minded religious fanatic, Garshin as a retrogressive schismatic.
Large Christmas and New Year's crowds showed up, despite Burke's warning that the "faithful who approach a schismatic priest for the reception of sacraments, except in the case of danger of death, commit a mortal sin.
The Anglican trinity of scripture, tradition, and reason underwrote a distinctive theological pluralism that thwarted schismatic tendencies.
Despite the complaints of Voltaire and Machiavelli about Dante's "dreadful voice," the impact of Dante's Commedia has grown over the centuries down to our schismatic and frightful times.
11) Landmark extremes in the Pacific Northwest ranged from moderate, pro-cooperation "Convention Landmarkism" to rabid, schismatic Landmarkism.
After listening to our conversation for a few moments he addressed me, saying: "From your pronunciation I judge that you are a Schismatic.