They claim worshipping at graves and shrines is un-Islamic and idolatrous and abhor the Sufi use of music and dance.
Even grounding mitzvot in morality was idolatrous, he said, because morals served human needs.
It was ardent but not idolatrous; sudden, as I have said, in its rise, but not unconsidered.
He gave them a parliament, made them give up their idolatrous customs.
It was not by Lady Wentworth alone that the memory of Monmouth was cherished with idolatrous fondness.
She never took her eyes from him, and her gaze was idolatrous in its love.
Leave our children, and go and live in that idolatrous land!
Do you mean, Rupert, that you have really embraced that idolatrous sect?
When it was lost, and how, it is not easy to ascertain,--probably during the reign of some one of the idolatrous kings.
The story of his idolatrous passion for Mary Fitton is the story of his life.