One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
nounPlural High Churchmen
See High Church
- ‘Anglican High Churchmen referred - sometimes enviously - to the relative autonomy of non-established Scottish episcopalianism.’
- ‘One of the clerics was John Wilkins, a consistent moderate who in perilous theological times annoyed the Puritans with his protection of Anglicans, and later upset the High Churchmen with his gentle treatment of the Dissenters.’
- ‘Nevertheless, many evangelicals and High Churchmen still clung to the literal view of Genesis because it was exegetically the soundest interpretation.’
- ‘Clergymen, including High Churchmen, were urged by Meyer in 1910 to pray for their local Baptist and Salvation Army neighbors.’
- ‘This state interference in the Anglican Church was denounced as ‘national apostasy’ by High Churchmen in England.’
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