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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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in 1967 -- five years after Rachel Carson's Silent Spring -- said yes, there is a causal relationship between the Judeo-Christian tradition and the technological West's whole-sale planetary depredations, elements of Christianity woke up to the environment with a jolt.
Some people do blame Christianity for the ecological crisis, mainly because of a tendency Christians have to concentrate solely on the human and the human relationship to God without a concern for the rest of the community, but that is a distortion of the Judeo-Christian tradition.
The narrative, in which an ambiguous voice alternates between first- and third-person perspectives, embodies a unique, personal expression of a universal mythology, not only grounded in Judeo-Christian tradition but also based on the Greek pagan world of gods, heroes, and monsters.
Thomas University embraces students of all faiths and remains dedicated to fostering the finer moral and ethical values that define the Judeo-Christian tradition.
He aims to address this gap by describing the construction of secularist authority in the West and its relationship to religion, examining secularism's roots in the Enlightenment and in Judeo-Christian tradition as well as the reproduction of secularism through opposition to particular representations of Islam.
Micas sent Simpson a letter stating, "Chesterfield's non-sectarian invocations are traditionally made to a divinity that is consistent with the Judeo-Christian tradition.
Ten years ago I argued that fundamentalism departed from the Judeo-Christian tradition -- that the defining principle of the Bible religious is antagonistic to christianity.
The Judeo-Christian tradition of reading is indeed logocentrist, but the logos is not the physical word but the person who speaks it, the God of revelation and in particular the Logos who is incarnated.
The paramount reason for teaching through story is that the Judeo-Christian tradition contains some doozies.
If we want to avoid that which France is beginning to experience, it will behoove us to perhaps reconsider our heritage and traditions and that which we have abandoned or lost and that upon which the entire genius of Western civilization--its education, science, culture and identity and moral underpinning--is based and is wholly dependent on: our Judeo-Christian tradition and worldview.
Not to be outdone in their support for the Judeo-Christian tradition, members of the U.
is acutely aware of the differing interpretations of the myths of beginning; indeed he devotes a large chapter to expounding the four trends within the Judeo-Christian tradition, which he labels conservative, moderate, liberal, and radical (incidentally, Rosemary Radford Ruether will be surprised to read that she is a Protestant