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Anglican

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Christianity
AnglicanAn‧gli‧can /ˈæŋɡlɪkən/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 RRCa Christian who is a member of the Church of England or related churchesAnglican adjective 🔊 members of the Anglican ChurchAnglicanism noun [uncountable]
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AnglicanBaptist, Methodist and United Reformed churches jointly fell by 23 % and Anglicans by 14 %.It must recognise and rejoice that many of its clergy and thousands of its members are Christians first and Anglicans second.Hopefully I will be speaking on behalf of Evangelicals and many Anglicans.They have probably been more widely used than any other book in the private devotions of Anglicans.The decision caused uproar, with thousands of Anglicans threatening to leave the church.But the Anglicans, like the Lutherans, did not suddenly give up the composition of Latin texts.When James challenged both of these, Tory Anglicans inevitably sought to oppose him.What was achieved in 1689 was certainly not what Anglicans such as Nottingham wanted, toleration without comprehension.
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