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Clerus

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Clerus (Graece κλῆρος 'sors, pars hereditatis') est universitas hominum qui ad ordinem sacerdotalem pertinent (clerici). Verbum e Medio Aevo forma clericia in usu erat. Vox praecipue ad sacerdotium Christianum revocatur, interdum autem etiam ad alias religiones earumque cultus ministros transfertur. Cleri Buddhismi saepe communiter collective revocantur Sangha pristineque conditi sunt ab Buddha. Islam cleros non habet sensu sacerdote.

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Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

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  • Haig, Alan. The Victorian Clergy (Routledge, 1984), in England
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  • Lewis, Bonnie Sue. Creating Christian Indians: Native Clergy in the Presbyterian Church (University of Oklahoma Press, 2003)
  • Marshall, Peter. The Catholic Priesthood and the English Reformation (Clarendon Press, 1994)
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  • Sanneh, Lamin. "The origins of clericalism in West African Islam." The Journal of African History 17.01 (1976): 49-72.
  • Schwarzfuchs, Simon. A concise history of the rabbinate (Blackwell, 1993), a standard scholarly history
  • Zucker, David J. American rabbis: Facts and fiction (Jason Aronson, 1998)