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the doctrines, principles, or system of the .
Historical Examples

Even within orthodox Anglicanism poetry and religion began to be deemed no fit company for each other.
English Literature: Modern G. H. Mair

It was on the Donatists, with an application to Anglicanism.
Apologia Pro Vita Sua John Henry Cardinal Newman

Lutheranism and Anglicanism are not, doubtless you are aware, divided on the broader bases.
The Adventures of Harry Richmond, Complete George Meredith

This leads us to our question, what, to him, is Anglicanism?
The Catholic World. Volume II; Numbers 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12. E. Rameur

So far from the bulwark against it, Anglicanism appears to me to be the cause and spring of its existence.
The Catholic World; Volume I, Issues 1-6 E. Rameur

The prohibition was taken off, now that he was committed to Anglicanism.
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 5, Slice 4 Various

Nature-worship—or “aboriginal genuflexion,” he calls it; Anglicanism, Methodism; he stands to engage them.
The Amazing Marriage, Complete George Meredith

I have said, that Neo-Anglicanism has proved a failure, as seventeenth-century Anglicanism did.
Yeast: A Problem Charles Kingsley

The first century of the College existence produced the two great Elizabethan champions of Anglicanism.
The Charm of Oxford J. Wells

In no other Church, and least of all in Anglicanism, could this be obtained.
Hugh Arthur Christopher Benson

the doctrine and practice of the Church of England and other Anglican Churches


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