dis`es*tab`lish*men*ta"ri*an*ism(?), n. The doctrine or political position that advocates abrogating the establishment of a church as the official state religion..
Prior to the Puritans, very few earlier believers contended for any form of disestablishmentarianism.David. W. Hall (Savior or Servant? Putting Government in Its Place: The Covenant Foundation, 1996)
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