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nondenominational

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • adjective Not restricted to or associated with a religious denomination.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective not restricted to a particular religious denomination.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective Lacking a denomination; not specific to a particular religion or sect.
  • adjective Something that does not classify people by race, religion or sexuality.
  • adjective Something that does not classify people by gender.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adjective not restricted to a particular religious denomination

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Examples

  • They're likely to say they are "nondenominational" -- a term usually, and mistakenly, taken as meaning that someone is drifting away from Judaism.

    The American Prospect Articles

  • I understand the argument that most people who self define as nondenominational Christian are not necessarily part of an autonomous branch, but I would classify them as named or defined.

    on Defining “Christian” | Mind on Fire

  • To me, good fiction is good fiction and tends to be kind of nondenominational and universalnot necessarily the characters of course.

    Chip MacGregor's Tips For Writers

  • Many of their churches are independent and nondenominational, meaning they have few leaders speaking for vast networks of congregations.

    Church Leaders’ Anti-War Message Fails in the Pews

  • Hurst described himself and his congregation as "nondenominational" and rejected definitions used to categorize Christian churches.

    BangorDailyNews.com - News

  • Hurst described himself and his congregation as "nondenominational" and rejected definitions used to categorize Christian churches.

    BangorDailyNews.com - News

  • Those who do call themselves Christian are more frequently describing themselves as "nondenominational"

    NewsBusters.org - Exposing Liberal Media Bias

  • Those who do call themselves Christian are more frequently describing themselves as "nondenominational" "evangelical" or "born again," according to the American Religious Identification Survey.

    ModerateVoters.org

  • Those who do call themselves Christian are more frequently describing themselves as "nondenominational" "evangelical" or

    Best of the Blogs

  • C. Peter Wagner's New Apostolic Reformation has pulled together those apostolic networks, into what might be, for all we know, the biggest Protestant "nondenominational" (or postdenominational) denomination on the planet.

    Signs of the Times

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