religionless


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religionless

(rɪˈlɪdʒənlɪs)
pl n
people lacking religious beliefs
adj
lacking or devoid of religion
References in classic literature ?
Picture to yourself, oh fair young reader, a worldly, selfish, graceless, thankless, religionless old woman, writhing in pain and fear, and without her wig.
According to his account, two theologians played significant roles in shaping young David's Christian worldview--Tillich and Bonheoffer, and their theological paradigms of "grounded and religionless Christianity.
Hart reads Bonhoeffer such that his religionless but active Christianity inaugurates a program not of humanism, but a more foundational program of revealing incarnation, cross, and resurrection in the world and not just in the Church.
Interestingly, in 1958, the beginning of the Mao era, the city was chosen as a model of wu zongjiao qu ("a religionless zone").
Referring to his commitment of inclusive growth, Modi said he has a casteless and religionless vision for the weaving industry.
By propounding a shift in the image of the covenant from imposed to voluntary, he is responding to today's religionless Jew, who lives Judaism either by being, or by being in the process of becoming, but not necessarily by doing the Torah of Sinai.
As part of today's world, Saudi Arabia has suffered from violence and terror which was depicted as nationless, and religionless and with no home, race or time.