A-Z: General definitions
- C.S. Lewis
- Café church
- Called up
- Cambridge University
- Canon Law
- Canon of Scripture
- Canon of the Mass
- Canons Regular
- Canterbury Pilgrim
- Cardinal virtue
A-Z: General definitions: Canonise
In the New Testament the term is used of all Christians but gradually came to describe an especially holy person.
Member of a worldwide Christian church which traces its origins from St. Peter, one of Jesus' original disciples. It has a continuous history from earliest Christianity.
1. In accordance with the established teaching of a particular religion. 2. Conventional. 3. (Usually with capital) Relating to the form of Judaism which lays especial emphasis on observing ancient tradition. 4. Orthodox Church
Christians whose faith and practice stems from the Reformation movement in the sixteenth century which resulted in new churches being created as an alternative to the Roman Catholic Church.
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