nonchristian


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not believing in Christ

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Democrats received 13% more votes from those of nonchristian faiths.
It is not clear whether he intended to exclude Turks, Jews, and other nonChristian believers from toleration, as McLoughlin argues in New England Dissent, 1:98, n.
Even though the emphasis in the study of folk religion is laid on its nonChristian part, it is still a set of beliefs where Christian elements intersect with pagan ones.
A wide variety of reasons was offered, such as complaints about erotic content, nonChristian religious texts or racially offensive materials.
A bid to allow nonChristian traders to open on Christmas Day has been defeated after an MP warned it would lead to 'ghetto shops'.
Such scholarship, though, raises questions pertaining directly to the WCC's institutional identity and its embrace of the very notion of "civil society" in addressing both Christian and nonChristian communities on pertinent social issues.
But as a non-white, nonChristian female, who will speak for me if I don't?
Other members of the Royal Family will also be making visits to nonChristian religious groups, including Baha'i, Jain and Zoroastrian communities.
Not to mention the nonChristian, sometimes 'ethnic', groups who are more numerically important in Britain nowadays than a generation or two ago.
linear rows and lectures) and, perhaps even more important, because of my clear location as a nonhegemonic and marginalized male in academia (gay, nonChristian, and nontenure-track part-timer).
Church of England Bishop Richard Harries, recommending Judaism as a home for nonChristian believers in God (ENI, May 1, 2000)
Moreover, series of sermons are broken up: In a series of eleven sermons on the knowledge of revealed truth in nonChristian and preChristian cultures, Volume Two contains only Sermons 1 and 6-10.
However, he departs from Cavanaugh and Hauerwas by arguing that Christian faithfulness also entails commitment to the common good, a commitment that will seek out moral overlap and partnership in a pluralist and nonChristian society.
Building on the eschatological and historical character of God's revelation in Christ and its definitive significance for the Christian faith, the church can therefore commit to a position of tolerant pluralism regarding the variety of expressions within the Christian faith and even the diversity of expressions of nonChristian faiths without compromising its own identity and mission* In fact, failure to do so constitutes a compromise of ecclesial faithfulness.
About a quarter of people in Birmingham are from nonChristian faiths.