interreligious love

Definitions

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  • adj. Involving more than one religion

Etymologies

inter- +‎ religious (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I hope the Pope's words will inspire the moderates to go to bat for the notion of interreligious dialogue.

    Religious dialogue with Muslims

  • Unfortunately my parents do not like the idea of interreligious dating and marriage, and dont believe it will work out.

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  • However, we do not wish to leave the impression that interreligious marriage is equally fine with everyone.

    American Grace

  • Indeed, interreligious relationships are so common that most Americans probably pay them little mind, and consider them unremarkable.

    American Grace

  • By any standard, this bodes well for interreligious relations.

    American Grace

  • In this respect, interreligious contact is qualitatively different from contact with people of different races and, arguably, of different socioeconomic backgrounds.

    American Grace

  • We expect that religious diversity within social networks—religious bridging—will foster greater interreligious acceptance.

    American Grace

  • Furthermore, if we can see the effects of interreligious friendships, and over only a single year at that, it is also reasonable to assume that interreligious marriages have a far more potent effect.

    American Grace

  • While not every religion escapes hostility, interreligious tensions are far more muted today than in the America of yesterday or in many other nations today.

    American Grace

  • While religious divisions exist, including some latent interreligious tensions, we should not overstate the capacity of religion to cause tension or division.

    American Grace

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