Definition of liturgiologist in English:

liturgiologist

noun

  • See liturgiology

    • ‘He then said, ‘The real enemy of the Church of England is the liturgiologists.’’
    • ‘Pastors weary of authoritative pronouncements by liturgiologists will be grateful for his pastoral experience and firsthand knowledge of the knotty problems involved in an awkward request for baptism.’
    • ‘But among my objects of praise today are the authors of these essays, gifted lay and pastoral leaders, musicians, liturgiologists, professors, colleagues, friends.’
    • ‘His work deserves careful reading by New Testament scholars, church historians, and liturgiologists interested in the history of early Christian cult.’
    • ‘Bach's example was of fundamental importance to the musicologists and liturgiologists who carried out the restoration of the tradition during the 19th and 20th centuries.’