an advocate or supporter of Reconstruction or Reconstructionism.
of or relating to Reconstruction or Reconstructionism.
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How to use Reconstructionist in a sentence
The Reconstructionist and Conservative traditions followed, ordaining women as rabbis in 1974 and 1985, respectively.Women Lead Religious Groups In Many Ways – Besides The Growing Number Who Have Been Ordained | LGBTQ-Editor | December 13, 2021 | No Straight News
Other North American Jewish groups have issued similar calls, including the Reform and Reconstructionist movements.Jewish Groups, American Rabbis Call on Israel to Withdraw Bedouin Displacement Plan | Mira Sucharov | November 19, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Meantime, in the religious sphere, men remain firmly in control from the Orthodox to the Reconstructionist.
Michelle Goldberg on his Christian Reconstructionist fans—and what they have in common with the Taliban.
Jabez M. Curry charged Parsons with being a Reconstructionist during the war, that is, with being disloyal to the government.Civil War and Reconstruction in Alabama | Walter L. Fleming
Religiously, it would not be far wrong to call him a Reconstructionist—to use a much abused and exceedingly modern term.A History of Witchcraft in England from 1558 to 1718 | Wallace Notestein
During the campaign of 1868 the pictures were reproduced in the Reconstructionist newspapers.Ku Klux Klan | J. C. Lester