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A further defence of priestcraft: being a practical improvement of the shaver's sermon on the expulsion of six young gentlemen from the University of Oxford Inscribed to Mr. V- C- and the H-ds of H-s, by their humble servant the shaver. It was followed by A Further Defence of Priestcraft, being a Practical Improvement of the Shaver's Sermon on the Expulsion of Six Students, &c., occasioned by a Vindication of that pious act, by a Member of the University, 5th edit. This was answered by The Shaver Shaved by a Matriculated Barber, London, The Book of Priestcraft (Advanced Dungeons & Dragons: Birthright, Campaign Accessory/) Paperback – J by Dale Donovan (Author), Duane Maxwell (Author), Ed Stark (Author), & out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from 4/5(1). Priestcraft in the LDS Church. The scriptural definition of priestcraft is that men set themselves up as a light instead of pointing others to Christ. The definition of priestcraft that seems to be used in the LDS Church today is that men charge money to help people find healing through Christ.
It was followed by ‘A Further Defence of Priestcraft, being a Practical Improvement of the Shaver's Sermon on the Expulsion of Six Students, &c., occasioned by a Vindication of that pious act, by a Member of the University,’ 5th edit. This was answered by ‘The Shaver Shaved by a Matriculated Barber,’ London, Priestcraft definition is - professional knowledge and skill in respect to the exercise of priestly functions. The word “priestcraft” itself pre-dates the Book of Mormon. But let’s unpack its particular definition, perhaps most clearly defined in 2 Nephi “[God] commandeth that there shall be no priestcrafts; for, behold, priestcrafts are that men* preach and set themselves up for a light unto the world, that they may get gain and praise. The Book of Mormon, used by Mormons as a companion to the Bible, distinguishes between true priesthood and “priestcraft.” Priestcraft is a form of false priesthood and can be very dangerous. Of course, the practice .
Priestcraft definition: the art and skills involved in the work of a priest | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Priestcraft definition, the training, knowledge, and abilities necessary to a priest. See more. priestcraft (ˈpriːstˌkrɑːft) n 1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the art and skills involved in the work of a priest 2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) derogatory the influence of priests upon politics or the use by them of secular power ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. priestcraft - a derogatory reference to. Priestcraft in Perfection: Or, A Detection of the Fraud of Inserting and Continuing this Clause (The Church Hath Power to Decree Rites and Ceremonys, and Authority in Controversys of Faith) in the Twentieth Article of the Articles of the Church of England.