unsectarian


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unsectarian

(ˌʌnsɛkˈtɛərɪən)
n
someone who is not sectarian
adj
not sectarian
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Adj.1.unsectarian - not restricted to one sect or school or partyunsectarian - 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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The young demonstrating men and women called for social justice and for an unsectarian and secular regime.
For example, "Carson's virtual HMS Belfast is manned, in apparently unsectarian fashion, by 'Both Catestants and Protholics', the playful transposition suggesting the interchangeability of these opposing creeds but also, perhaps, the fatuousness of their antithesis" (110).
friend's unsectarian and self-attained convictions; and the severity
The teachers, as teachers, mostly regarded religion in much the same unsectarian way as did teachers in the Irish National system.
Among the texts that remained in use in Cincinnati schools were the ubiquitous McGuffey readers, of which Lyman Beecher had remarked, "their religion is unsectarian true religion--their morality the morality of the Gospel.
Ferdinand Buisson es, sin duda, un claro defensor de la neutralidad confesional, pero no, como Ferry, de la neutralidad religiosa, lo que le alinea con ese modelo de laicidad no confesional, presente en paises protestantes como Inglaterra o los Paises Bajos, que aparece acunado bajo el concepto unsectarian y undenominational, y que fue tan del gusto de la ILE.