GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having origins in both Judaism and Christianity; of or pertaining to Christianity.
- adj. being historically related to both Judaism and Christianity
“Apparently, that is not the case for a large number of Republicans, including Huckaby (who is an ordained minister), despite the fact that the Republican Party keeps bragging about its adherence to judeo-christian moral and family values and its alliance with people of faith and their churches.”
“For those Republicans, they only moral and family values they seem to want to talk about and promote is opposition to gay marriage and other rights, and opposition to abortion; they never want to discuss those judeo-christian which may actually cost money to address, such a looking after the less fortunate.”
“I would be overjoyed if I could get my populist blue collared/rednecked judeo-christian ethic following Democratic party back and in the majority here. donttreadonme”
“I am actually a judeo-christian, but before i “returned to god” (for lack of a better phrase.)”
“The judeo-christian traditions that justified such laws would certainly not outrage groups like the REALwomen and various conservative, rightwing, and fundamentalist religious astro-turf interests who lobbied the Harper government to cut funding to N.A.W.L. in 2006.”
“It appears as though CBS has taken a pretty clear stand against things that deviate from an orthodox judeo-christian norm.”
“So they attempt to 'save' marriage or 'judeo-christian values'.”
“Have started calling myself a judeo-christian - it sounds better than zio-catholic.”
“Are we the linear defenders of judeo-christian belief and culture?”
“Those who seek to destroy us and our judeo-christian culture walk the streets and seek public office. wake up Britain!”
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