sect

Dynastic vs Sect - What's the difference?

dynastic | sect |


As an adjective dynastic

is pertaining to a dynasty.

As a noun sect is

an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

Sect vs Denominationally - What's the difference?

sect | denominationally |


As a noun sect

is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As an adverb denominationally is

in a denominational manner; by denomination or sect.

Sect vs Herodian - What's the difference?

sect | herodian |


As nouns the difference between sect and herodian

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while herodian is one of a sect or party mentioned in the new testament as having, in galilee and jerusalem, manifested an unfriendly disposition towards jesus.

Sect vs Elcesaite - What's the difference?

sect | elcesaite |


As nouns the difference between sect and elcesaite

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while elcesaite is (historical) a member of an ancient jewish-christian sect, possibly related to the ebionites, in sassanid southern mesopotamia.

Sect vs Immolator - What's the difference?

sect | immolator |


As nouns the difference between sect and immolator

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while immolator is one who offers in sacrifice.

Sect vs Familist - What's the difference?

sect | familist |


As nouns the difference between sect and familist

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while familist is a member of a religious sect, the family of love , in 16th century europe.

Sect vs Catharism - What's the difference?

sect | catharism |


As a noun sect

is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs.

As a proper noun catharism is

a christian religious sect of mediaeval europe, with dualistic and gnostic elements.

Sect vs Sabbatarian - What's the difference?

sect | sabbatarian |


As nouns the difference between sect and sabbatarian

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while sabbatarian is a person who regards and keeps the seventh day of the week ("saturday", the israelite or jewish sabbath) as holy in conformity with the fourth commandment of the decalogue, such as an orthodox jew, seventh-day adventist, seventh day baptist, a member of the church of god (seventh day); a sabbath-keeper, a saturday-keeper.

As an adjective sabbatarian is

of or pertaining to the sabbath, or the tenets of sabbatarians.

Sect vs Novatian - What's the difference?

sect | novatian |


As nouns the difference between sect and novatian

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while novatian is a follower of novatianism.

As a proper noun novatian is

a roman priest, who became an antipope against in 251 ad, and schismatic heresiarch as founder of a christian sect known as novatianism.

As an adjective novatian is

relating to the heresiarch novatian (see above) and/or his schismatic sect, novatianism.

Sect vs Cathar - What's the difference?

sect | cathar |


As nouns the difference between sect and cathar

is that sect is an offshoot of a larger religion; a group sharing particular (often unorthodox) political and/or religious beliefs while cathar is a member of certain so self-styled novatian and other christian sects embracing a form of dualism and extraordinary practices adhering to mary magdalene's teachings, persecuted by roman catholics as heretics.

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