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  • noun Plural form of ecumenicist.


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  • This complaint, offered in all insincerity, may be less offensive to liberal ecumenicists than invocations of a "clash of civilizations," but it is reactionary nevertheless because it encourages efforts to turn Ground Zero into a "sacred" site in the American civil religion.

    Andrew Levine: Of Mosques and Marriage 2010

  • But there's one problem which is going to haunt Anglo-Catholics, ecumenicists, etc. over and over again ... the Roman Church sees the non-Roman as OUTSIDE the House = Visible Unity.

    ++Sentamu, ++Armagh, Scholasticus and the Doctrine of the Church 2007

  • It should now become more obvious why we'd then see ecumenicists e.g., in all its expressions-Catholic, Evangelical, Pentecostal, Protestant and many others-has 2.3 billion followers. "

    Apprising Ministries 2008


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