anti-religious

Translations

anti-religious

[ˈæntɪrɪˈlɪdʒəs] ADJantirreligioso
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His gray hair, flattened to the head by the pressure of his hat, gave him the look of an ecclesiastic,--a resemblance he would scarcely have liked, for he hated priests and clergy, though he could give no reasons for his anti-religious views.
HUGH Griffiths ("No say for humanists in religious education," March 9) argues that because Humanists are non-religious or even anti-religious they should have no place on SACREs, designed as they are to advise on "the nature and detail of religious education.
Bahrain participates in anti-religious violence conference.
The Beatles held a news conference at the Astor Tower Hotel in Chicago before a concert with guitarist John Lennon apologizing for making the remark "more popular than Jesus," saying, "I didn't mean it as a lousy anti-religious thing.
Conference of Catholic Bishops in mid-September said the travel ban was "cruel and inhumane treatment" and that "denying refugee children life-saving entry to the United States based on an executive order clearly motivated by anti-religious bias, is both un-Catholic and un-American.
The law prevented people from criticizing religions or committing what some perceive as anti-religious acts.
The weakness of the series is that characterization of the Devouts conveys a stereotypical anti-religious undertone that is too common in much contemporary fantasy.
Upwards of 50 percent of anti-religious offenses were carried out against Jews, while 22 percent were carried out against Muslims, the report said.
The National Front Party won over 20% in the last elections and its stance is anti-religious, although Muslims always were the top priority for the party's criticism.
The Federal Minister speech proved that they are being dictated and backed by foreign countries in this regard the reason why they are issuing anti-religious seminaries statements in Pakistan, he remarked.
Hicks had also routinely posted anti-religious comments on his Facebook page.
Rabbi Noa Kushner opened a recent Shabbat evening service at San Francisco's The Kitchen with a quote from Abraham Joshua Heschel: "It is customary to blame secular science and anti-religious philosophy for the eclipse of religion in modern society," she read.