This is an index of religious honorifics, including titles from religious traditions
around the world. ..... In Shiaa Islam, religious leaders are usually known as
imams or ayatollahs. There are man...
In general, if the religious leader has a doctorate (Ph.D., Th.D., D.Min.) ... ways:
by inserting “Dr.” after the religious title (e.g., The Reverend Dr. John Smith), OR,
The term "clergy" describes official religious leadership in a religion. Those within
the clergy are referred to as clergyman, priests, and clerics, among other titles ...
They especially liked to be called by special titles such as “Rabbi,” “Teacher,”
and ... “Father” is not meant to be used as a special title given to religious leaders
Some titles for traditional Islamic leaders include Caliph, Imam, Sheikh, Mufti,
Mujtahid and Allamah. The titles of "Ayatollah" and "Grand Ayatollah" exist only in
And do not be called leaders; for One is your Leader, that is, Christ. ... While
conferring honorific titles upon prominent religious authorities may be the way of
Although both the Greeks and Jews employed a wealth of titles for their political
and religious leaders in order to express their power and authority, the early ...
This article offers definitions of many of these Catholic religious titles to help ... on
the ministries of direct service and outreach rather than pastoral leadership.
a religious leader in one of the Orthodox Christian churches ... a title used for a
Mother Superior in charge of a convent (=a religious group of women) in the ...
Sep 19, 2015 ... In the Old Testament portion of the Bible the term “shepherd” was also frequently
used to refer to political and religious leaders. The prophet ...