Examples of layperson in a Sentence
a meeting between clergy and laypeople
Recent Examples of layperson from the Web
Sproul worried about the man or the woman in the pew, the layperson as opposed to the clergy who had the seminary training.
Mundy doesn’t entirely succeed in deciphering the extraordinary complexity of codes and cryptography for layperson readers.
Wallach, who isn’t a layperson, doesn’t see it that way.
Each stole will contain the story of a GLBT person who is active in the life and leadership of their faith community in some way including as a minister, elder, deacon, teacher, missionary, musician, administrator or active layperson.
In the early 1960s, technology companies like Phillips began experimenting with condensing reel-to-reel tape players and recorders into something that could be carried around and used by a layperson.
This bill that’s going to try to put the Fed under appropriations, again, looks like, from a layperson’s view, like, well, that seems like a good idea.
To a layperson, this sounds a lot like exchanging one idea for another —simple enough.
This is how layperson access to naloxone has been successful at saving lives over the past two decades.
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