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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church

Edited by E. A. Livingstone

Published in print January 2006 | ISBN: 9780198614425
Published online January 2006 | e-ISBN: 9780191727214 | DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/acref/9780198614425.001.0001
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à Lasco, John

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Aaron

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Christianity. 38 words.

In Hebrew tradition Moses's brother. He was assigned to Moses as his assistant (Exod. 4: 14), and later he

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Abailard

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Christianity. 3 words.

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Abba

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The Aramaic word for ‘Father’, used by Christ.

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abbé

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Christianity. 22 words.

A French term, originally restricted to the abbot of a monastery, but in modern times applied to secular clerics

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abbess

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Christianity. 52 words.

The head of certain autonomous houses of nuns. The title is used among Benedictines, Cistercians, Trappists, Poor

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Abbo, St (<i>c.</i>945–1004)

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(c.945–1004),

or ‘Abbon’, Abbot of Fleury from 988. He supported the Cluniac reform and was killed

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abbot

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In the W. Church the official title of the head of certain monasteries of monks or monastic Congregations belonging to

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Abbot, Ezra (1819–84)

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(1819–84),

American biblical scholar. A Unitarian by belief, from 1856 he held posts at Harvard University. He

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Abbot, George (1562–1633)

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(1562–1633),

Abp. of Canterbury from 1611. He became Master of University College, Oxford, in 1597. His

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