- the study of ecclesiastical adornments and furnishings.
- the study of church doctrine.
Origin of ecclesiology
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The result was a material modification of his former views on ecclesiology.Birth of a Reformation
The cultivation of this valley is not so uninteresting as its ecclesiology.Brick and Marble in the Middle Ages
George Edmund Street
This venture in ecclesiology is not the democratization of a church.From the Bottom Up
Its peculiar individuality, however, arises from the same cause as the very singular characteristics of Irish ecclesiology.
From this date the rules of English ecclesiology can only mislead the student of Scottish ecclesiastical architecture.
- the study of the Christian Church
- the study of Church architecture and decoration
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