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  • adj. Not biblical.


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un- +‎ biblical


  • In it he refutes, in a resoundingly biblical fashion, the common charge that the Mass is "unbiblical".


  • But if you are pretending that the Bible's contents are not diverse, then you are already "unbiblical" because you are ignoring part of the Bible and making the Bible in your own image.

    From Herod To Haiti

  • This isn't yet another example of me being "unbiblical".

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • The irony is that I was claiming to be a "Bible-believing Christian" and would criticize others for being "unbiblical" and for allowing extrabiblical and postbiblical doctrines and dogmas to override and supplant Scripture, and yet all the while I was defending my conservative doctrine of Scripture from the Bible itself.

    The Bible: Not Just A Book vs. Not Even A Book

  • It was difficult to know where to start, but I began with different views of the Bible because it seems to me that unless that subject is addressed first, some will not understand how and why some Christians reach conclusions that will seem to other Christians "unbiblical".

    Sunday School

  • As we saw during the Reformation, believers were martyred not because of their "unbiblical" beliefs, but because they were seen as a threat to the social, political and economic hold the church-state had over the people.

    The American Empire: An Unholy Alliance between Church and State

  • LOL - 'unbiblical' from a man that is required by his faith to accept Diva Maria as an Eternal

    Gay/Lesbian Forum

  • He can declare that historical precedents for doctrines x, y, and z are meaningless and hopelessly corrupt and "unbiblical" and discard them at will (even in extreme cases, doing so with full knowledge that virtually all the Fathers or the entire history of Christianity between Jesus and 1517 held something quite otherwise).

    Biblical Evidence for Catholicism

  • "Unfortunately, I did not examine the teachings of the Catholic Faith as I had been taught the Catholic Faith was" unbiblical ".


  • It is completely unbiblical but it is at the heart of most of the protestant thought on church authority.

    Fr. Robert Barron on Protestantism, authority, and Cardinal Newman


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