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  • noun Plural form of secularism.

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Examples

  • The United States has stayed religious despite its separation of church and state, but some "French Revolution-like secularisms" were anti-religious.

    Zee News : India National

  • The United States has stayed religious despite its separation of church and state, but some "French Revolution-like secularisms" were anti-religious.

    Zee News : India National

  • Nayed said Muslims must also understand that "not all types of secularisms are anti-religious."

    David Horowitz Freedom Center

  • Nayed said Muslims must also understand that "not all types of secularisms are anti-religious."

    FrontPage Magazine

  • Nayed said Muslims must also understand that "not all types of secularisms are anti-religious".

    Zee News : India National

  • The United States has stayed religious despite its separation of church and state, but some "French Revolution-like secularisms" were anti-religious.

    David Horowitz Freedom Center

  • Nayed said Muslims must also understand that "not all types of secularisms are anti-religious".

    Zee News : India National

  • The United States has stayed religious despite its separation of church and state, but some "French Revolution-like secularisms" were anti-religious.

    FrontPage Magazine

  • In spite of secularisms idea of giving God his walking papers the most amazing biblical promise of all has just begun to be fulfilled.

    The Reality Check

  • In spite of secularisms idea of giving God his walking papers the most amazing biblical promise of all has just begun to be fulfilled.

    The Reality Check

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