TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HAGIOLATROUS»
The term «hagiolatrous» is used very little and occupies the 173.099
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HAGIOLATROUS»
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A History of the Church to A
Perhaps association with three men of the hagiolatrous type in succession had
by this time become somewhat oppressiveto Vigilantius; perhaps the atmosphere
was simply stormy, as it periodically became, wherever Jerome was. Anyhow, he
Beresford James Kidd, 1922
Instead, his conclusion was that the laity's Buddhism would be a "sacramental,
hagiolatrous, idolatrous, or logolatrous ritualistic religion."12 The distinction was
absolute: Buddhism represented a duality that consisted, on the one hand, of the
Jewish Studies at the Crossroads of Anthropology and ...
... that drew large numbers of visitors to the tombs of the saints.17 The massive
waves of immigration from Morocco to Israel during the 1950s and 1960s further
ruptured the social fabric ofMoroccan Jewry, including their hagiolatrous
Ra'anan S. Boustan, Oren Kosansky, Marina Rustow, 2011
Encyclopaedia of the Śaivism
Besides the usual drinking of water use to wash the holy man's feet, and similar
hagiolatrous practices, the idea appeared here that the divine picture of a 'Guru'
symbolised his superiority." These statements about 'Guru' refer not to the ...
Swami Parmeshwaranand, 2004
The Church of England quarterly review
... and as Brett and Froude have argued to universality from the consentient parts,
we think that we could have argued against the doctrine from consentient parts,
which are manifestly hagiolatrous. But this would have exceeded the compass ...
Paracelsus: Speculative Theory and the Crisis of the Early ...
Paracelsus is not satisfied to discredit this as superstition: he alleges that the
efficacious cures associated with the saints were actually effected through
sorcery for which hagiolatrous veneration only provided a cover: I must reveal
their art in ...
(James 3: 7, 8) Although St. James's charge against the tongue was leveled on
the moral plane, James has earned hagiolatrous appreciation from succeeding
genera. Velar f) . Uvular Nasal cavity M . Pharyngeal \_\\ 256 On the Art of
Writing Lives in China, 1600-2010: Histories of the Elusive Self
Biography is didactic, hagiolatrous, or propagandistic ... .'66 The reappraisal of
one's own or others'life history within the sweep ofthe revolution was central tothe
educationof Party members before1949,and that exemplary drive wasmanifest in
Marjorie Dryburgh, Sarah Dauncey, 2013
Complete Fiction of W.M. Spackman
... had been right by god, no birthright Philadelphia Quaker ever bothered his
head over their slave-class preoccupation with the safety of their unappetizing
souls, what was this anyhow, the whingeing hagiolatrous tenth century all over
William Mode Spackman, 1997
Islam in Tribal Societies: From the Atlas to the Indus
Just asthe Pukhtun is politically iconoclastic he cannot be religiously hagiolatrous
. Both conditions are defined by his social code and descent structure.
Itissignificant that Islamisalive within tribal society not throughthe memory of