antireligion


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antireligion

(ˌæntɪrɪˈlɪdʒən)
adj
opposed to religion
n
the opposition to religion
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Although no change in political system was sought this time, the people had come to the street to protest against the anti-people, anti-culture and antireligion move of the government.
"By signing this contract, you are agreeing to our no-tolerance policy with regard to racism, sexism, classism, ageism, ableism, homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, xenophobia, Islamophobia, or antireligion or anti-atheism" A list of banned subjects presented by students to comedian Konstantin Klein who has withdrawn from a charity event as a result.
He had returned to his job at the Steklomashina factory while she, having graduated from the Faculty of History and Philosophy at Moscow State University, joined the staff of the Antireligion Museum of Art located in the Donskiy Monastery.
Rhiannon said they were not antireligion, but that religious worship was a waste of time for atheists while reciting the Lord's Prayer was a waste of time for non-Christians.
Although Khrushchev himself was no fan of preservation (many churches were destroyed in his antireligion campaign), his fight against the Stalinist old guard opened a space in public discourse to advocate for the protection of national culture.
Meanwhile, huge posters calling the protests as antireligion were put up across the city by radical Hindu organisation Sanatan Sanstha and Hindu Jan Jagran Samiti.
At the University of the Philippines, I have to keep reminding the faculty that as a government institution, we cannot favor one particular religion, but this does not mean that we should become antireligion, which would be another form of sectarianism.
According to the agreement, 'antistate, antireligion, sectarian or anti Ideology of Pakistan' slogans or speeches will not be permitted, while effigies or flags of any political or religious parties will not be allowed to be burnt.
Mrs G Reynolds, Shard End The atheist's protests IS there any chance you could give us all a rest from Eddie Sanders and his endless antireligion witterings?
Yet, paradoxically, this does not lead to a rejection of the notion of God (atheism), of notions of good and bad (cynicism), or of ordinary religion (antireligion).
Silverman the mathematician is not antireligion, and he isn't out to destroy faith.
But, then, so would most of the other 'antireligion titles' to which Park alludes.