Among the regular clergy, the workers were monks and nuns; the leaders were abbots and abbesses.
Among the secular clergy, the workers were deacons and priests, the leaders were bishops and popes.
a pope or priest is a religious leader
the system of electing religious leaders to office is called a
theocracy-a government controlled by religious leaders
A government ruled by religious leaders is called a theocracy.
They are called Rabbis.
The name of a country led by religious leaders is called theocracy
Local religious leaders are called imams. They lead the community in prayer and deliever sermons on Fridays.
Most Jewish religious leaders are titled Rabbi or Rav. Chassidic leaders are called Rebbe. Sefardi leaders are often titled Chacham. Judges are called Dayan.
It is called a theocracy.
Islamic religious leaders are primarily Imams, but also include Muftis, Sheikhs, Ayatollahs, and Qadis.Jewish religious leaders are primarily Rabbis.
Political leaders/ Rulers.. were called Rajas/Maharajas and Religious leaders were.. Gurus (plural)
These religious leaders were called the Kohanim or High Priests. In terms of regional and religious politics, they were called the Sadducees. Opposing them were the Pharisees or populist Jewish leaders that would eventually become the Rabbinate.
That is called a theophany.
The religious leaders of Jews are called Rabbis.
leaders in Hinduism are called Guru or baba. Or sometime also known as Pramukh (Leader)
I tink its IMAM
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Spiritual leaders are called Rabbis. The person who leads prayers during religious services are called cantors. Judaism is not a centralised religion and doesn't have the kind of hierarchy associated with other religions.