exceptionalistic love



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  • adj. Of or pertaining to exceptionalism.


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  • Although, I must point out a lot of the things we bought over the years have their roots grounded in the past times of this nation which have been very imperialistic, exceptionalistic, and patriotically corporate and military.

    My Life and "The Seventeen Traditions"

  • Still, there's something pushy, exceptionalistic, and triumphalistic about even that war that today leaves me a little nauseous.


  • And in its exceptionalistic extreme, it invites those narcissistic voices of the Christian faith to drown out the "sting of death" and the graves and grief of faceless Muslims and other human beings and their loved ones.


  • Sadly, they are victims of their own ethnocentric and exceptionalistic Christian beliefs.


  • The ethnocentric and exceptionalistic "love of God and country" undermining America's morality and security is also seen in the recent Academy Award presentation for


  • Such exceptionalistic words are music to the ears of like-minded exceptionalistic-believing Christians, especially at Easter-time when their "risen Christ" is proof of Christianity's own uniqueness and superiority.



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