religionize

religionize

(rɪˈlɪdʒəˌnaɪz) or

religionise

vb
to be devoted to or bring under the influence of religion
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And here it is almost as though there is a fear of an attempt to "religionize the secular."
In other words, one should not "culturize," "religionize," or "Islamize" social problems.
The spiritual person is able to "sacralize" or "religionize" all of life.
This is urged on the grounds that experience is indispensable; as one philosophizes to become a philosopher, so one must 'religionize' to study religion; the 'self-conceited' presuppositions of the secular must be avoided; non-theists must see themselves as studying delusions - they are intruders.
In the second, ideological religious nationalism, "the ideological approach religionizes politics."(2) The third, ethno-ideological religious nationalism, could apply to the Punjab crisis at its height.