undenominational


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undenominational

(ˌʌndɪˌnɒmɪˈneɪʃənəl)
adj
(Theology) theol not belonging to or concerned with a particular denomination
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Adj.1.undenominational - not bound or devoted to the promotion of a particular denomination; "undenominational religious instruction"
nonsectarian, unsectarian - not restricted to one sect or school or party; "religious training in a nonsectarian atmosphere"; "nonsectarian colleges"; "a wide and unsectarian interest in religion"- Bertrand Russell
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undenominational

[ˈʌndɪˌnɒmɪˈneɪʃənl] ADJno sectario

undenominational

adjinterkonfessionell; undenominational schoolGemeinschaftsschule f
References in classic literature ?
The school is strictly undenominational, but it is thoroughly Christian, and the spiritual training or the students is not neglected.
The set also includes one of the sturdiest of Dring's songs, "Undenominational," served up with a heaping helping of faux religious earnestness.
The heading on the official letterhead read, "An undenominational and thoroughly Evangelical Mission, formed with the express desire of preaching the Gospel among the Thado-Kookies in the State of Manipur, India." (12)
He saw there "the idea of a new type of Christian organization, a new conception of the basis on which Christians belonging to different Churches might unite to win the world for Christ--on an 'interdenominational' rather than 'undenominational' basis." (26) The 1910 World Missionary Conference in Edinburgh spawned the International Missionary Council, the World Conference on Life and Work, and the World Conference on Faith and Order.
In "Undenominational" (Collected Poems 28), for instance, he describes the spiritual fervor of an Evangelical revival, placing himself near but significantly not in the action and reflecting on the personal meaning of this sort of religious experience:
Selection of respondents is undenominational. To obtain presentable results with 99% probability and 10% bias, 171 respondents were interviewed, namely, 148 women and 23 men.
What Camiola, on the other hand, exemplifies is no generic and undenominational "assertion of the supremacy of the good, the religious, the Christian," but a distinct restructuring of salvation and Christian virtue.48 For Massinger, only when virtue is inspired by reputation is a debtor credited with the freedom of enterprise outside of the confines of repayment and satisfaction.
"If we cannot have undenominational schools." Coaker believed that at least the Protestants should combine their educational grants from the government to provide the best schooling system in each community.
We stand unreservedly for the principle of inter-denominational co-operation as distinct from undenominational or extra-denominational action." (1)
At the same time, he helped launch a new "undenominational" journal for Sunday school teachers in the Midwest.
By analyzing a tightly woven trio of controversies triggered by voyages of Moravians across the Mediterranean, the Baltic, the North Sea and the Atlantic--over episcopacy and sacraments; sanctification and mysticism; and undenominational allures versus confessional loyalties--we can glimpse the transoceanic delivery rooms.