multireligious love

Definitions

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  • adj. Having, or being home to, multiple religions

Etymologies

multi- +‎ religious (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • People know that as they become evermore multiracial, multiethnic, multireligious, that is a recipe for destruction.

    President Remarks At Dnc Meeting

  • The cardinal later wrote that "multireligious prayer" of the kind offered there "almost inevitably leads to false interpretations, to indifference as to the content of what is believed or not believed, and thus to the dissolution of real faith."

    Pope Benedict's Interfaith Outreach

  • The first is the city we chose for our home: multiracial, multiethnic, multireligious.

    Susan Katz Miller: Raising My Interfaith Children With Hope: 10 Years After 9/11

  • But at the same time, as a multireligious and increasingly wealthy country, India automatically gives Pakistanis a luxury they lack at home: a giant soapbox from which to challenge the weight of intolerance within their own society.

    Beyond Cricket Diplomacy

  • Our campaign begins by focusing on the months from the Jewish Re-Birth-Day of the Trees (Jan. 19-20) to the multireligious onset of Palm Sunday, Passover, Holy Week, and Earth Day (April 17-26).

    Rabbi Arthur Waskow: Big Coal, 'Avatar' And Tu B'Shvat

  • The Sunday shows are so far bbehind the curve that they don't even know that there is now a 40 day multireligious initiative in support of health reform.

    Sebelius: There will be competition with private insurers

  • In the week before Palm Sunday and Passover, could multireligious folk picket the banks that are funding Old King Coal, That Lethal Old Soul, and demand that the investment money be channeled to wind and solar power instead?

    Rabbi Arthur Waskow: Revolutionary Egypt: From Red Sea Of Old To Tahrir Square Now

  • Are India's core interests—the eradication of poverty and the maintenance of a multireligious democracy and open society—best pursued in opposition to the West or, despite occasional differences, under the rubric of a liberal international order underwritten by American power?

    It's Time to Re-Align India

  • They are comfortable dealing with a multireligious, multiethnic, multicultural society, and that's exactly what we're trying to propagate.

    Excerpts: Malaysian Prime Minister Najib

  • Rabbi Arthur Waskow, Ph. D., founded (in 1983) and directs The Shalom Center, a prophetic voice in Jewish, multireligious, and American life that brings Jewish and other spiritual thought and practice to bear on seeking peace, pursuing justice, (more ...)

    Refuting The "White Savior" Attacks on Avatar Movie

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