In most denominations, that rise has resulted in majority support even when the denominational hierarchy disagrees.
Claims for denominational schools were put forward not only by the Roman Catholics but by the Anglicans.
We may, when circumstances so suggest, change our denominational allegiance.
This Act gave the Trustee Boards of towns and cities full power to determine the number of, and regulate, denominational schools.
She did not view it as uncharitableness, but only as a denominational rule.
Long custom, ancient disputes, denominational loyalties, keep these relatively feeble bodies asunder.
Life and energy were infused into the denominational colleges.
An unseen hand guides her to a chapel, which she would have disdained to enter had she known its denominational character.
Religious, or at least denominational, differences began to cause friction.
He claimed no denominational name, but preached this glorious truth.