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Relating to or derived from both the Jewish and Christian religions: Judeo-Christian principles.


(dʒuˈdeɪ oʊˈkrɪs tʃən, -ˈdi-)

of or pertaining to the religious writings, beliefs, values, or traditions held in common by Judaism and Christianity.
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Adj.1.Judeo-Christian - being historically related to both Judaism and Christianity; "the Judeo-Christian tradition"
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Rather, it is and historically has been their obligation to adjust to the Eurocentric Judeo-Christian national character and become Americans.
LifeLine was founded on Judeo-Christian principles that include helping others.
Understanding the foundation of Western Civilization - its Judeo-Christian religious roots, respect for law, and belief in self-reliance and individual freedom - were considered prerequisites for shouldering the burdens of citizenship in this country.
They must do so not in the abstract but in the light of total rejection of the Judeo-Christian concept of marriage by the judiciary, the media, and the homosexual activists.
Compassion is, after all, a central value of the Judeo-Christian ethic.
Thomas University embraces students of all faiths and remains dedicated to fostering the finer moral and ethical values that define the Judeo-Christian tradition.
In this court, you do not have friends of the Judeo-Christian standard," Sheldon said.
If there is any analogy for our predicament, it is the story of the Tower of Babel, but of course the analogy is not understood outside the dwindling Judeo-Christian remnant.
Those of us who live by the Judeo-Christian ethic, which this country was founded on, are really nonviolent.
Regardless of James Bond's popularity, Americans generally view spying and stealing as unethical due to their Judeo-Christian ethics.
Keenly aware of the precursors of misandry, Nathanson and Young point out that it was on the basis of Jules Isaac's book, "The Teaching of Contempt", that Pope John XXIII invited him to the Second Vatican Council to advise on Judeo-Christian relations.
One view, the document says, suggests that the United States was founded as a Christian or Judeo-Christian nation and that church-state separation was never intended.