Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not warranted by the authority of the Scriptures; not in accordance with Scripture: as, an unscriptural doctrine.
- adj. not scriptural
- un- + scriptural (Wiktionary)
“And in the light of this view of the heavenly dialogue, how bald and wretched, not to say unscriptural, is that view of it to which we referred at the outset, which makes it a dialogue between Christ and heathens who never heard of His name, and of course never felt any stirrings of His love in their hearts!”
“Mark is particularly good when he is explaining and defending Catholic teachings against fundamentalist Protestant attacks on the Church's alleged "unscriptural" approach to the faith.”
“That again is unscriptural which is against the Vedas.”
“It is not an organization we could recommend and much of their unscriptural emphasis in our estimation is theologically and spiritually off key and potentially dangerous.”
“It is very much arranged and there is much tragedy without decisions which I do see as unscriptural.”
“There are several of these high powered ministries that are giving very unscriptural advice to parents and children, causing more rift in the home, rather than giving parents the responsbility of teaching their children.”
“Bible reasons why you should be a Seventh-day Adventist: An answer to the false charges and unscriptural teachings of E.B. Jones by Milton Earl Kern”
“It allows for a lot of different interpretations, and even if some of the ways some soldiers might be interpreting that word would seem wrong to me, or unscriptural, so be it.”
“I have no doubt that my National Guard chaplain friend would consider my understanding of God incomplete and unscriptural.”
“While this would seem less than charitable to most people and is blatantly unscriptural to most serious Christians it does have the effect of weeding out financial misfits from the church.”
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