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n. - A belief that priests can act as mediators between human beings and God.

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  • Although such an outlook entailed anti-sacerdotalism this was rather a by-product of what was essentially
  • In other words, sacerdotalism was at an end; and it was Calvin rather than Luther who broke the power of priests.
  • All such personal relationship, we again repeat, is incompatible with pantheism, and almost equally so with the popular sacerdotalism.
  • This Brahmana period was marked by the intense and overbearing sacerdotalism of the Brahmans, and by an extreme development of the doctrine of caste. for more
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