Ecclesiasticus (2)


(1), Any person in orders, whether major or minor.

(2) Isidore of Seville speaks of a clerk occupying his dace position in the hiearchy as an "ecclesiastical clerk," in distinction from an irregular clerk.

Bible concordance for ECCLESIASTICISM.

(3) Those who were so connected with a Church as to be unable to leave; its service were called in a special sense "ecclesiastical men." They were not slaves.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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