- adj. Alternative form of Judeo-Christian.
- Judaeo- + Christian (Wiktionary)
“The decade of the Sixties was a time, in short, when the old foundations of national confidence, patriotic idealism, moral traditionalism, and even of historic Judaeo-Christian theism, were awash.”
“The Judaeo-Christian prophets such as Amos castigate those who loll on beds inlaid with ivory, feast on lambs, drink wine by the bowlful and anoint themselves with the richest of oils, but feel no grief for those who struggle.”
“Considering Lovecraft's view of cosmic apathy and rejection of Judaeo-Christian mythology, how do you justify your title's cultural baggage?”
“It includes a superlative analysis of the fundamental ways in which traditional Islamic thought differs from both Judaeo-Christian and Enlightenment concepts and shows the full extent of the challenge that Moslem modernizers face.”
“His selective campaigning about political issues makes me wonder: is he really an objective seeker of truth, or is he someone who just hates and wants to undermine Judaeo-Christian principles?”
“And by way of contrast, a Judaeo-Christian benediction.”
“I guess you're referring to those quaint old Geneva Conventions, the U.N. Charter and, oh, three thousand years of Judaeo-Christian ethics.”
“Judaeo-Christian concern for human rights will have to be its own reward.”
“The rejection of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the member states of the Organisation of the Islamic Conference on the grounds that it is a secular understanding of the Judaeo-Christian tradition and could not be implemented by Muslims without trespassing the Islamic law falsifies your assertion that there are "common norms" that can be agreed.”
“It is a rather different reading of the biblical tradition to that often (lazily) assumed to be the orthodoxy of Judaeo-Christian belief.”
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