Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of paganize.

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Examples

  • ___ America will become less Judeo-Christian, more "paganized" and more debauched morally.

    Eric Williams: The War on Christmas in July

  • John 3:5 So now, Rose is part of the community, a Christian, and “de-paganized” as Father Wise quipped.

    Rose is born again!

  • John 3:5 So now, Rose is part of the community, a Christian, and “de-paganized” as Father Wise quipped.

    Archive 2004-06-01

  • The paganized Goddess worshipping "church" of Rome is the not the door.

    Philocrites: The gospel according to Bono.

  • The accepted view of the development of early Christianity fails to explain why Paul, who was a Jew himself, should have felt the need to preach a paganized form of the fledgling religion.

    The Templar Revelation

  • The accepted view of the development of early Christianity fails to explain why Paul, who was a Jew himself, should have felt the need to preach a paganized form of the fledgling religion.

    The Templar Revelation

  • The immoral literature, the smutty postcards, the lewd plays and suggestive songs were bad, yet they were merely puffs from the foul breath of a paganized society.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • The immoral literature, the smutty postcards, the lewd plays and suggestive songs were bad, yet they were merely puffs from the foul breath of a paganized society.

    At Swim, Two Boys

  • Are we to empty the lordship of Christ of authority because some people have paganized that truth?

    The God of the Towel

  • Are we to empty the lordship of Christ of authority because some people have paganized that truth?

    The God of the Towel

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