unbiblical

unbiblical

(ʌnˈbɪblɪkəl)
adj
(Bible) not biblical; not in accordance with the Bible
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While advertising themselves to parents and students as being faithful to Scripture and historic Christian belief, they "routinely hire faculty to teach unbiblical and anti-Christian doctrines to students.
As a result, the African bishops boycotted the Canterbury meeting because of what they believe is "an unbiblical view of marriage" and an "ungodly order" which the Western churches are trying to impose.
Furthermore, tradition accentuated the role of clergy as the final interpreters of Scripture, and benefactors of an increasingly unbiblical, sacramental, hierarchical system.
The morals and ethics in Rowling's fantasy tales are at best unclear, and at worst, patently unbiblical.
This means that we choose Biblical truths over any unbiblical 'parenting techniques,' even if it is the most popular one or the most scientific.
To solve this conundrum, theologians were able to draw on the classical metaphysical notion of immaterial reality inherited from Neoplatonism, which was applied not just to God, but also to God's realm ("heaven"), thus generating the quite unbiblical idea that heaven is uncreated.
There would be no shortage of priests if the pope would extend the Year of Mercy to include relaxing the antiquated and unbiblical celibacy rule, and bringing back married/resigned priests.
apparently because Maimonides considered both Heaven and Hell unbiblical.
5) Barth regards this whole understanding of becoming and being a Christian as thoroughly unbiblical and ego-centric.
Like Luther, Alciato argues that monasticism is unbiblical, but he does not make the other argument Luther does, namely that monasticism is an attempt to get to heaven by works rather than by the true path, which is by faith alone.
He addresses the business model, which drives the church, because that "Christian-Industrial Complex" inherently concentrates the power to act and to decide in certain structures and people, in a way that is unbiblical and untenable.
He states, "Thomas shows that medieval theological thought had become so intertwined with unbiblical philosophical categories that the resulting hermeneutics was seriously compromised.