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Origin of secular
OTHER WORDS FROM secular
Example sentences from the Web for secular
As early as 1524, Martin Luther not only emphasized the need for parents to ensure their children’s literacy but also placed the responsibility for creating schools on secular governments.Martin Luther Rewired Your Brain - Issue 96: Rewired|Joseph Henrich|February 17, 2021|Nautilus
Her soundtracks include many secular songs with names like “Hallelujah,” “Higher Love,” and “Hey Soul Sister” and a light sprinkle of songs from overtly Christian artists including Tauren Wells and Steven Curtis Chapman.Peloton makes toning your glutes feel spiritual. But should Jesus be part of the experience?|Michelle Boorstein|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
Within that fallen government were individuals who had been working to draft a secular constitution that reserved no place for a Supreme Leader, which 42 years later remains the greatest obstacle in the way of democracy.The U.S. Capitol Attacked Reminded Me of the 1979 US Embassy Seizure and What Happens When Extremism Wins|Roya Hakakian|January 19, 2021|Time
These provided a place for the performance of religious ceremonies and other nonsecular functions.Aztec Ruins National Monument--New Mexico|John M. Corbett
British Dictionary definitions for secular
- having no particular religious affinities
- not including compulsory religious studies or services
Derived forms of secularsecularly, adverb
Word Origin for secular
Cultural definitions for secular
Not concerned with religion or religious matters. Secular is the opposite of sacred.