religiosity

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Synonyms for religiosity

a state of often extreme religious ardour

Synonyms for religiosity

exaggerated or affected piety and religious zeal

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Eine christliche Geschichtsschreibung muss nicht unbedingt politische Erzahlung und religiose Normen in Einklang bringen.
Studi storici su Giovanni XXIII, a cura della Fondazione per le scienze religiose Giovanni XXIII di Bologna, 2003, p.
Ausgehend von Kukucks Ansichten uber die Bedeutung des Singens werden ihre liedasthetischen Vorstellungen erlautert und dann einzelne Liedtypen literarisch-musikalisch behandelt: Volkslieder, religiose Lieder, Kinderlieder, Songs, Dichterlieder, Liebeslieder, Lieder gegen Krieg und Vernichtung.
Moses Mendelssohn, Jerusalem, oder uber religiose Macht und Judenthum.
Le paraliturgiche Laude, primi esempi di liriche religiose in vernacolo, offrono preziosi spunti per comprendere le pratiche religiose mariane del secolo che vide la composizione della Divina Commedia, oltre a rappresentare un valido punto di riferimento per valutare fino a che punto Dante rispecchi la mariologia dell'epoca.
Ricoeur darf man nicht zu denjenigen zeitgenossischen Denkern zahlen, die ihre religiose Uberzeugung verheimlicht hatten.
Religiose Herrschafislegitimation und Religionspolitik Maharaja Savai Jaisinghs (1700-1743).
Migration: Challenge to Religious Identity / Migration: Herausforderung fur die religiose Identitat.
Pluralitat und Rationalitat: Die Herausforderung der Vernunfi durch religiose und kulturelle Vielfalt nach Nikolaus Cusanus.
Hier konnte also der wirtschaftliche Sinn der Cyprer die volkische und religiose Streitsucht dampfen.
And what I am writing about in these final hippie ravings, and what Peter Riley writes about in his religiose ravings, may not be so far apart either, but he loses his way in the language of achievement; there is no basis for the belief that momentarily to overcome scatter leads to ontological completion.
After a cursory glance at the plays--which admittedly are worth no more, though the creepy religiose neurosis of The Cocktail Party could have been noted--we come to a chapter on the criticism.
3) Seeking to rescue Clough from the image of religiose wimpishness, his mid-century New Critical rediscoverers presented him as a strong-minded social satirist, and his religious poetry got put aside during the makeover.