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nondenominationalism

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  • noun nondenominational Christianity

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Examples

  • Prospect, which was founded by William Rusher, an editor of the National Review, has attacked the university's policies on minority admissions, absence of athletic scholarships, and religious nondenominationalism.

    Is That Legal?: "Concerned Alumni of Princeton" in the New York Times, 1984

  • Prospect, which was founded by William Rusher, an editor of the National Review, has attacked the university's policies on minority admissions, absence of athletic scholarships, and religious nondenominationalism.

    Is That Legal?: Supreme Court Archives

  • Prospect, which was founded by William Rusher, an editor of the National Review, has attacked the university's policies on minority admissions, absence of athletic scholarships, and religious nondenominationalism.

    Is That Legal?: January 2006 Archives

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