confessionalism

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  • Historically, the term confessionalism for the first time was used in mid-19th century.
  • In the third half or the 19th century the term confessionalism occurred in dictionaries.
  • Confessionalism can become a matter of practical relevance in fields such as Christian education and Christian politics.
  • The main protests focused on calls for political reform especially against confessionalism in Lebanon.
  • He did yeoman service in breaking down the high Lutheran confessionalism which had been the order of the day. Cited from An Outline Of The History Of Christian Thought Since Kant, by Edw. Moore
  • Confessionalism is a system of government that refers to de jure mix of religion and politics.
  • The issue of confessionalism, which Lee continued to oppose, remained a major sticking-point.
  • In the politics of the Netherlands the term "confessionalism" refers to any political ideology based on religion.
  • They typically distance themselves from the confessionalism and/or creedalism of other Christian communities by calling themselves "non-denominational".
  • Other Christian activists, however, particularly those with more moderate views, believed that confessionalism unnecessarily restricted the support base of the party.
  • Debate over confessionalism raises similar issues to those facing consociationalism, of which confessionalism is one kind.
  • There were men who saw the necessity of revival on a large scale, but in their zeal for Confessionalism, they went far ahead of their leaders. Cited from History of Rationalism, by John F. Hurst
  • The Book of Ephraim, in taking the spiritual as its working landscape, took confessionalism to an entirely unexpected territory.
  • She is a poet and critic associated with spoken-word, New Sincerity, and New Confessionalism.
  • The Lebanese system is parliamentary democracy, which implements a special system known as confessionalism.
  • The idea of confessionalism can generate considerable controversy.
  • It objected to liberal theology and the state influence of the church, but rejected Reformed confessionalism.
  • Confessionalism is generally overdrawn, distorted, and especially the pains of this age are represented as too keen. Cited from Youth: Its Education, by G. Stanley Hall
  • His strange mix of humanism, confessionalism, autobiography, as well as mythology and religiosity developed further during this time.
  • The tide of confessionalism which had been rising in Europe for half a century touched America in the forties and reached a high water mark during the period under review. Cited from The Lutherans of New York, by George Wenner
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