One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Besides keeping meticulous records, the fifth earl of Huntingdon was a man of exemplary piety, a moderate Calvinist who was obsessed with sabbatarianism.’
- ‘But in the 19th century, this essential work was seriously disrupted by the strict sabbatarianism and stifling dominance of the church.’
- ‘Is it true that Eric Liddell abandoned sabbatarianism towards the end of his life?’
- ‘The evangelical revival made sabbatarianism fashionable, so that on a Victorian Sunday there was no sport or pleasure, not even reading of serious secular literature.’
- ‘It is notable, however, that members of religions which preserve strict sabbatarianism, that is, Saturday observance, usually have little difficulty in putting that into practice.’
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