antireligious

antireligious

(ˌæntɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs)
adj
opposed to religious ideas, beliefs, and organizations: antireligious propaganda.
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The book is neither antireligious nor antigovernment; it simply presents the effects of the interactions between the two entities.
Anti-Muslim and antireligious sentiment as well as securitydriven treatment of Muslim citizens by governments would be counterproductive.
Floods are not all the work of God HAVING never ever allowed anyone to foist their religion, or antireligious views on me, I do show some empathy towards Eddie Sanders (Talkback, December 31).
What allows for the continued connection--for the play to swing, as it were, between antireligious revenge polemic and religious allegory--is the very human body of the actor.
It is, at once, an antireligious tale of apocalypse, and, chillingly, a fabulist version of our own times.
What Wilson and others have done is to dignify conventional antireligious sentiment by wrapping it in the language of science.
He traces the heightening antireligious sentiment during the French Revolution, interestingly noting how clerical figures, such as Abbe Sieyes, contributed to it.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin recently denounced all antireligious assaults committed over the past months against holy sites during a visit to the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem to express his Easter greetings to heads of the churches of Jerusalem.
The best way we can show freedom for everyone is to have a religiously neutral secular government, and that doesn't mean an antireligious government.
Rehman Malik is the first and only in Muslim Ummah and Pakistan who wanted to divert UN attentions toward legislations against antireligious acts.
So too was the Russian Revolution a religious civil war, the Bolshevik cause as messianic and millenarian in vision as it was antireligious in doctrine.
He and his editors were not just irreligious, they were antireligious and not just once in a while, but in nearly every issue.