Montanism

Montanism, a heresy which arose in the 2nd century; derived its name from an enthusiast in Phrygia named Montanus, who insisted on the permanency of the spiritual gifts vouchsafed to the primitive Church, and a return to the severe discipline of life and character prevailing in it.

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

Montana * Montcalm de Saint Véran, Louis Joseph, Marquis de
Monsoon
Monstrance
Mont Blanc
Mont Cenis
Mont de Piété
Montagnards
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley
Montaigne, Michel de
Montalembert, Comte de
Montana
Montanism
Montcalm de Saint Véran, Louis Joseph, Marquis de
Monte Carlo
Montefiore, Sir Moses
Montégut, Émile
Montenegro
Montespan, Marquise de
Montesquieu, Baron de
Montevideo
Montez, Lola
Montezuma II.

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