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Anglican vs. Methodist

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Anglicanadjective

English; of or pertaining to England or the English nation; especially, pertaining to, or connected with, the established church of England; as, the Anglican church, doctrine, orders, ritual, etc.

Methodistnoun

One who follows a method.

Anglicanadjective

Pertaining to, characteristic of, or held by, the high church party of the Church of England.

Methodistnoun

One who observes method.

Anglicannoun

A member of the Church of England.

‘Whether Catholics, Anglicans, or Calvinists.’;

Methodistnoun

One of an ancient school of physicians who rejected observation and founded their practice on reasoning and theory.

Anglicannoun

In a restricted sense, a member of the High Church party, or of the more advanced ritualistic section, in the Church of England.

Methodistnoun

One of a sect of Christians, the outgrowth of a small association called the "Holy Club," formed at Oxford University, a. d. 1729, of which the most conspicuous members were John Wesley and his brother Charles Wesley; - originally so called from the methodical strictness of members of the club in all religious duties.

Anglicannoun

a Protestant who is a follower of Anglicanism

Methodistnoun

A person of strict piety; one who lives in the exact observance of religious duties; - sometimes so called in contempt or ridicule.

Anglicanadjective

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the Anglican church;

‘an Anglican Bishop’;

Methodistadjective

Of or pertaining to the sect of Methodists; as, Methodist hymns; a Methodist elder.

Methodistnoun

a follower of Wesleyanism as practiced by the Methodist Church

Methodistadjective

of or pertaining to or characteristic of the branch of Protestantism adhering to the views of Wesley;

‘Methodist theology’;

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