neonomian

noun ne·o·no·mi·an \ˌnēəˈnōmēən\

Definition of neonomian

plural

-s

  1. :  one who advocates or adheres to new laws; especially :  one who holds that the Christian gospel is a new law supplanting the Mosaic

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Origin and Etymology of neonomian

ne- + -nomian (as in antinomian)


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