Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The worship of idols or images.
“Though a religious sect, the Bishnois do not believe in unnecessary rituals, idol-worship, caste system, etc., but continually lay emphasis on compassion, love, and peace, thereby firming their foundation for love for Mother Nature.”
“Somehow this strikes me as a reaction to the realization of unrequited love by individuals drawn blindly into a whirlwind of unsolicited idol-worship.”
“Although only a lapsed Unitarian and lacking any sense as to whether or not the cross is a great symbol for Christianity, I think Kamal has a point about the wealth, pomp, and idol-worship.”
“Sen Clinton is by far the most qualified and able candidate, but blind idol-worship (Black Messiah) will destroy the democrat party.”
“Conservative Jews and Christians have long cited these two verses in their condemnation of homosexuality, though more liberal-minded believers have claimed these verses occur in the context of idol-worship or other passages that render them irrelevant to current conventions.”
“FDR was never seen as blameless, but has been the beneficiary of Democratic idol-worship almost as extreme as the idolization of Obama.”
“But no doubt, she will whip the wingnuts into a frenzy of foamy-mouthed idol-worship, even as they call us all sexists and misogynists as they wallow around in their blind faith.”
“They returned a message that their religion forbade them to have anything to do with idol-worship.”
“There we see Paul disagreeing with Greek idol-worship, but we also find him depicted in terms echoing the story of Socrates.”
“But idol-worship runs against the grain of journalists' training and instincts.”
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