Definition of liturgiology in English:

liturgiology

Line breaks: li¦tur¦gi|ology
Pronunciation: /lɪˌtəːdʒɪˈɒlədʒi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
Another term for liturgics.
More example sentences
  • The climax of the theological debate over the Eucharistic prayer came in his picking up the challenge to relate contemporary Lutheran liturgiology to classical Lutheran theology.

Derivatives

liturgiological

adjective

liturgiologist

noun
More example sentences
  • He then said, ‘The real enemy of the Church of England is the liturgiologists.’
  • Pastors weary of authoritative pronouncements by liturgiologists will be grateful for his pastoral experience and firsthand knowledge of the knotty problems involved in an awkward request for baptism.
  • But among my objects of praise today are the authors of these essays, gifted lay and pastoral leaders, musicians, liturgiologists, professors, colleagues, friends.

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