noun, plural prothonotaries apostolic.
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According to Wilder, members of the New Apostolic Reformation see Perry as their vehicle to claim the “mountain” of government.
“Eight members of The Response ‘leadership team’ are affiliated with the New Apostolic Reformation movement,” wrote Wilder.
He quotes a sermon from Tom Schlueter, New Apostolic pastor close to Perry.
All this, in a so-called apostolic succession, is not only anti-apostolic, but anti-Christian.
Then they could have said that in that in which they boasted—apostolic dignity—they were precisely on a level with him.
His whole apostolic life was one long and arduous preparation for coming events.Islam Her Moral And Spiritual Value|Arthur Glyn Leonard
Do you suppose the 'church of God,' in whose interests this paper is printed, can be that pure apostolic church?Around Old Bethany|Robert Lee Berry
He began negotiations for a college at Strasburg, and made apostolic excursions to that place as well as to Freiburg and Alsace.The Jesuits, 1534-1921|Thomas J. Campbell