nonchurchgoing love

Definitions

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  • adj. no longer active or practicing

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Examples

  • The church's teens helped plan and organize the event, Bowley said, with the aim of creating a fun atmosphere to which they can invite their nonchurchgoing friends.

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  • i find it appalling that the media considers it appropriate to dissect the first family's churchgoing (or nonchurchgoing). in this country it is each family's (and individual's) right to go or not to go according to their own wishes and interests. as the song says, "ain't nobody's business but [my] own." we have become a nation of voyeurs and busybodies, and the media feeds into it with spurious stories like this.

    Time: No churchgoing Christmas for the first family

  • According to Kinnaman and Lyons, the most common imagery of religion among churchgoing and nonchurchgoing young people was that Christianity was too judgmental, hypocritical, too involved in politics, and too old-fashioned.21 Maybe you’ve experienced the same thing?

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