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  • adj. Not secular; religious.
  • adj. Perturbed over time.


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non- +‎ secular


  • Here at Intersections, we spearhead the Believe Out Loud project, an unprecedented coalition of secular and nonsecular national organizations to advance the existing Christian movement for LGBT equality in the United States.

    Joseph Ward III: Dear Ugandan Christians: Stop Torturing Your Citizens

  • "They have rights, but they can't turn Egypt into a nonsecular state," he said.

    Muslim Brotherhood Raises Its Sights in Egypt

  • Had Mr. Erdogan advocated nonsecular law in Egypt, that would likely have created political waves at home.

    Islamists Criticize Turkish Premier's 'Secular' Remarks

  • Reaching beyond a religious-secular binary, Paul Hamilton analyzes romantic conversation as a form of the "nonsecular."

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  • And Paul Hamilton identifies a nonsecular cosmopolitanism variously anticipated and enacted by romantic models of conversation.


  • Metaromanticism into the domain of what he here calls the "nonsecular."


  • As progressives, whether secular or nonsecular, we are people who care about tolerance.

    Lisa and Michael Littman: The War Against Getting Along

  • As William Pfaff pointed out in a recent column in the International Herald Tribune, the US would still be trapped in a cultural and religious war, trying to impose American democratic and secular values on a tribal, nonsecular society.

    Bummy Fred

  • To be honest, I had split religion along the seam of secular and nonsecular; choosing to concentrate on the beauty of a Caravaggio without noticing the Madonna and child; or finding the best lamb recipe for a lavish Easter dinner, without thinking about the Passion.

    Change of Heart

  • Mr. Higgins won the $10,000 prize for a series of articles last year focusing mainly on religion that "provide insight into secular and nonsecular issues currently confronting Europe," the German Marshall Fund said in a news release.

    Wall Street Journal Is Feted


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