- adj. of or relating to or being the time before the beginning of the Christian era
“Any pre-christian names and lore may have been lost after conversion.”
“Impress your friends by coming out of the closet about your pre-christian faith.”
“Here is a nice piece that is both anti-christian and celebrates a pre-christian culture (*).”
“And all in turn flavored with a heavy dose of the romance and orthodoxy of early Spanish Medeival Roman Catholicism mixed with a tough, durable, viral strain of Manichaenism, plus just a dash or two of gnosticism and varying echoes of pre-christian Native American beliefs.”
“Gender is very, very important to our culture right back to pre-christian times.”
“If you look further you will find quotes in which he praises pre-christian Germans, like the ones in Wagner's Ring, for living life more authentically and essentially German than after everything got spoiled by the infusion of "Jewish morality.”
“And how most of what the western world does for that holiday traces from those early pre-christian traditions, rather than anything in the bible.”
“In pre-christian times, the female and female genital organs were worshiped.”
“So why not insist that if credence is to be given to Creation theory then, recognising that different religions have different versions of the Creation myth, why not teach the local pre-christian in the USA, Native American; in the UK, Celtic; in Australia, Aboriginal, &c. creation myth alongside the judaeo-christian creation myth, so that our children have a better chance to make up their minds?”
“Memphis and Misraïm, but it is alchemical, theosophical, or dealing with ancient symbolism, the mysteries, pre-christian theology, &c.”
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