If laws are based upon religion, the greatest offence against them must be irreligion.
Yet let no one think that irreligion is advocated in this book.
His flippancy and irreligion as he grew old alarmed the Comtesse de Gramont, who was very devout, for the safety of his soul.
Something was said, too, that I could not catch, about her irreligion.
Their ornaments of public worship were plundered, and their vows of irreligion were recorded with enthusiasm.
We have, that is to say, been swayed by the spirit of irreligion rather than of religion.
The thought dominant in my mind was the irreligion of the world.
And was Licentiousness and irreligion, alwaies a mark of Honour?
The immorality and irreligion of the slaves are the necessary consequences of their political and personal degradation.
If religion won't make a man moral, I don't see why irreligion should.