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unbiblical

[ uhn-bib-li-kuhl ]

adjective

  1. not in accord with or sanctioned by biblical teaching.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of unbiblical1

1820–30; un- 1 + biblical ( def )

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Example Sentences

Moore uses the example of a pastor presiding over an unbiblical heterosexual wedding.

This makes sure to put just one kind of “unbiblical” marriage in a special category.

If you refuse to photograph one unbiblical wedding, you should refuse to photograph them all.

Now Anglo-Israelites are very fond of this word, but they use it in an unbiblical and unspiritual sense.

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