It was simply an episode in the extension of feudalism and sacerdotalism.
The majority of these men have wholly lost the flavour of sacerdotalism.
sacerdotalism held its place with full consent of those who guided affairs.
The church with its sacraments and its sacerdotalism is the disease of Christianity.
The brooding egotism that chafed at the least control was not likely to show any sympathy with sacerdotalism.
Many refuse to be Episcopalians because they resent the doctrines and practices of sacerdotalism.
They stood for the pure religion of the early prophets, and in a way opposed the sacerdotalism of the Jewish Church.
Romanists and our own Ritualists entrench their sacerdotalism behind the priestly system of the Jews.
Popular culture ran on the sterile lines of pietism, Puritanism, and the strifes engendered between these and sacerdotalism.
The germs of Popery, sacerdotalism, Puseyism, are inevitably contained in this latter thesis.