from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Of or involving different religious denominations.
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- adj. of, relating to, or between different denominations or churches
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Occurring between or among, or common to, different denominations.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Taking place between religious denominations; having the common support of such denominations.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. occurring between or among or common to different churches or denominations
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I want to be "interdenominational" as well, as well as just being more knowledgeable with Linux in general.
Hey, DJ, they even took me in – a former UCC who went to a Methodist college but attended a Presbyterian church, went to an interdenominational seminary and ended up an Episcopal priest married to a (formerly) Quaker girl!
The 20 seminaries represent nine denominational schools, plus several interdenominational and nondenominational schools in 12 states.
The Riverside Church is an interdenominational, interracial, and international church built by John D. Rockefeller Jr. in 1927 with more than 2,400 members.
An interdenominational healing retreat for women & men hurting after abortion will be held in the Ottawa area in the fall and spring every year.
And it is an authentically ecumenical enterprise--certainly one of the most interdenominational endeavors in American Christianity today.
If Friday night wasn't an interdenominational peace congress, then I don't know what is.
Their assemblage of 12 students and alumni, working with Adventures in Mission, an interdenominational mission group that works with the poor, headed off to Haiti on spring break in March.
One important step toward a more open conversation will be taken this coming fall, when, under the collective heading of "More Than a Monologue: Sexual Diversity and the Catholic Church," two Jesuit universities and two interdenominational divinity schools will host a series of four day-long conferences open to the public.
Even when the twelve-volume paperback series, The Fundamentals, was published between 1910 and 1915 (an interdenominational work that launched this century's "fundamentalist" movement), it contained cautiously pro-evolution stances of conservative Christian theologians like George Frederick Wright, James Orr, and R.A. Torrey.