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- adj. that contradicts scripture
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Opposed to, or not in accordance with, the Holy Scriptures.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Antagonistic to the principles or doctrines of Scripture, or to the acceptance of the Scriptures as inspired.
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No man, he added, durst impose upon a Christian an article of belief which was antiscriptural; the judgment of an individual Christian must be worth more than that of the Pope or even of a Council, provided he has a better ground for it.
I tried in vain to find an answer to things that I saw and felt to be antiscriptural and destructive; but this "End" was the beginning of my controversy, for I was wholly new to it, and ignorant of the historical and other facts necessary to disprove the reverend author's bold assumptions.
No, the doctrine of our merits is altogether unscriptural and antiscriptural; there is no foundation of any good hope upon that account.