nonchristian


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Adj.1.nonchristian - not believing in Christ
unchristian - not of a Christian faith
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A new thesaurus of timelines is under development, including non-Western, nonChristian time and period classifications.
In proclaiming the standards of the Christian faith, the Act creates a climate hostile to, and gives the appearance of discrimination against, nonChristian Canadians.
The book has a chapter on nonChristian artists who utilize Christian themes.
Here Tyconius is referring to the vast stock of Bible passages, especially from the OT, progressively built up since at least the time of PseudoBarnabas and Justin Martyr for use in Christian polemic against nonChristian Jews and against Christians practicing some Jewish observances.
Lindbeck sees the nonChristian after death as a kind of tabula rasa who now experiences no "interference" by his or her particular religious inscriptions in hearing God's Word (tides ex auditu).
However, other faiths such as Eastern Orthodox, Coptic Christians, Orthodox Jewish communities, Evangelical Protestants, some Reformed Churches, Pentecostals and nonChristian communities including Muslims and various Asian religions are also hostile to the reviling of traditional God-ordered marriage by the obscene, unhealthy promiscuity of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Trans-sexual, Queer (GLBTQ) activists.
The significant growth in recent decades of nonChristian immigrants, some of whose rituals and practices discomfort many, including Kenney, represents yet another challenge.
7, 1965) [hereinafter Gaudium et Spes]; SECOND VATICAN ECUMENICAL COUNCIL, DECLARATION ON THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE CHURCH TO NONCHRISTIAN RELIGIONS, Nostra Aetate (Oct.
The more marked Muslims and Jews were the darker Andalusians, but for those who could "pass," a program of uprooting their "hidden" Muslimness or Jewishness followed, and for those who were Christian but of darker complexion, presuppositions of their origins made them bearers of a nonChristian past through which illegitimate traits could surface.
Bowen's anthology therefore functions something like a kidney, sterilizing Christian criticism for nonChristian readers and postmodernism for the small Christian liberal arts college environment, with the result that those essays which most effectively serve this purpose are neither fully Christian nor fully postmodern.
Sixth, the authors assert that IP is applicable to both Christian and nonchristian clients.
He expressed dismay at "leftists" who "don't understand that criminals don't care about laws," resentment of minorities who are "held to a different standard than the white students," and irritation at the presence of "atheist professors, Jewish, and other nonChristian staff" at a Methodist-affiliated university.