Related formsDon·a·tism, nounDon·a·tis·tic, Don·a·tis·ti·cal, adjective
Examples from the Web for donatist
He reformed ecclesiastical discipline in Africa, rent by Arian factions and Donatist schismatics.Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV|John Lord
The Donatist treatises have met with little attention from individual editors.
The Donatist controversy was known to me for some years, as has appeared already.Apologia Pro Vita Sua|John Henry Cardinal Newman
A fourth part of the Donatist bishops followed the independent standard of the Maximianists.The History of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire|Edward Gibbon
Faustinus, a Donatist, his persecution of the Catholics, 353.