Adiaphorists

Adiaphorists (Adiaph`orists) , Lutherans who in 16th century maintained that certain practices of the Romish Church, obnoxious to others of them, were matters of indifference, such as having pictures, lighting candles, wearing surplices, and singing certain hymns in worship.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Adi Granth * Ad`ige
Adelaide
Adelaide
Adelaide, Port
Adelaide, Queen
Adelaide of Orleans
Adelberg
Adelung, Johann Christoph
A`den
Ad`herbal
Adi Granth
Adiaph`orists
Ad`ige
Adipocere
Adipose tissue
Adirondack Mountains
Adjutant
Adler, Hermann
Adler, Nathan Marcus
Adlercreutz
Adme`tus
Admirable Doctor

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Adiaphorists in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable