from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. becoming of a Christian.
- adv. In a Christian fashion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a manner becoming the principles of the Christian religion.
- adj. Christianlike.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Christian-like; becoming or befitting a Christian.
- In a Christian manner; in a manner consistent with the principles of the Christian religion or the profession of that religion.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. becoming to or like a Christian
First, let me just say that to assert "Christianly" thoughts on the topics of Islam, Muslims, and the Ground-Zero mosque is by no means to suggest that this is the authoritative biblical view on these matters.
This is just one way to keep congregants informed on both speaking critically about issues and talking "Christianly" about issues.
Rand Paul and Jack Conway meanwhile exchanged big ol 'hunks of Christianly love over the sacred Aqua Buddha.
This offense is the highest intensification of sin, something that is usually overlooked because the opposites are not construed Christianly as being sin/faith (Kierkegaard, 129ff).
Rand Paul and Jack Conway meanwhile exchanged big ol' hunks of Christianly love over the sacred Aqua Buddha.
To be Christianly free is to be able to feel secure in what you are rather than what you have done, because God's love is not measured in proportion to achievement.
In my opinion, however, when these authors say "Scriptures," they really mean the Bible read Christianly, the Bible read as Christian Scripture.
It is certainly not easy to live Christianly in contemporary western society.
But we rarely teach them how to handle medical ethics, or corporate pressure to work ridiculous hours, how to balance the demands of career advancement against a whole family life, how to deal Christianly with justice issues thrown up by globalization and so on.
So I want to see people across the road there, acting on their Christianly-informed consciences when they vote.