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Archbishop Venables: Primates Will Request Alternative Oversight for America
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| Greg Griffith
Posted on 12/05/2006 5:58:53 PM PST by sionnsar
Main Entry: pri'mate
Etymology: Middle English primat, from Old French, from Medieval Latin primat-, primas archbishop, from Latin, leader, from primus
Date: 13th century
1 often capitalized : a bishop who has precedence in a province, group of provinces, or a nation
2 archaic : one first in authority or rank : LEADER
3 [New Latin Primates, from Latin, plural of primat-, primas] : any of an order (Primates) of mammals comprising humans, apes, monkeys, and related forms (as lemurs and tarsiers)
-pri'mate-ship \-*ship\ noun
--pri-ma'tial \pr*-*m*-sh*l\ adjective
In this video, provided by the Southern Cone, Archbishop Gregory Venables announces that a group of the Global South primates will take a request for alternative primatial oversight to the annual primates' meeting in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania beginning on February 13, 2007.
This is the beginning of some very big news that will be developing over the next 2 months.
TOPICS: Mainline Protestant
posted on 12/05/2006 5:58:56 PM PST
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