Sacramentarian

Sac`ra·men·ta'ri·an noun [ Late Latin sacramentarius : confer French sacramentaire .] 1. (Eccl.) A name given in the sixteenth century to those German reformers who rejected both the Roman and the Lutheran doctrine of the holy eucharist. 2. One who holds extreme
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Sacramentarian

Sac`ra·men·ta'ri·an adjective 1. Of or pertaining a sacrament, or to the sacramentals; sacramental. 2. Of or pertaining to the Sacramentarians.
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sacramentarian

1. A name given in the sixteenth century to those German reformers who rejected both the Roman and the Lutheran doctrine of the holy eucharist. ... 2. One who holds extreme opinions regarding the efficacy of sacraments. ... Origin: LL. Sacramentarius: cf. F. Sacramentaire. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Sacramentarian

• (n.) A name given in the sixteenth century to those German reformers who rejected both the Roman and the Lutheran doctrine of the holy eucharist. • (a.) Of or pertaining a sacrament, or to the sacramentals; sacramental. • (a.) Of or pertaining to the Sacramentarians. • (n.) One who holds extreme opinions regarding the efficacy
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Sacramentarian

(from the article `Low Countries, history of`) ...by the University of Louvain as early as 1520). There was a Lutheran community in Antwerp; but otherwise, support was limited to individual ...
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