from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The character of being unsectarian; freedom from sectarianism; unprejudiced attitude in religious matters.
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- noun Absence of
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They have been at all times the advocates of perfect equality in religion, and of unsectarianism in education.
"Unsectarianism" as understood by the Grand Orient party is anti-Catholic and even anti-Christian, atheistic, positivistic, or agnostic sectarianism in the garb of unsectarianism.
It is vain to say: though Masonry is officially "unsectarian", it does not prevent individual Masons from being "sectarian" in their non-Masonic relations; for in its official "unsectarianism" Freemasonry necessarily combats all that Christianity contains beyond the
It suffered the fate of all unsectarianism, and made him to be as one man in the midst of foes.
It is that every sectarian is more sectarian in his unsectarianism than he is in his sect.
So I stand apart, contemplating all, and happy in my unsectarianism. '