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not bound or devoted to the promotion of a particular denomination

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The "rigidly" undenominational association aimed to ameliorate the isolation of settlers and their children, as well as that of "bachelor settlers, ranchers, miners and lumbermen.
By the 1740s, however, a more undenominational Protestant self-understanding managed to avoid further impasse by emphasizing biblical authority, experiential, individual conversion, and in some places, orchestrating a series of international revivals that in the long run had a deeper impact outside of Europe than within its geographic boundaries.
Church 2 157 15 172 Roman Catholic 1 47 3 50 Total 3 204 18 222 Ondo Anglican 21 1,279 364 1,643 Undenominational 1 80 80 Onitsha Anglican 13 2,194 459 2,653 Roman Catholic 14 3,055 262 3,255 Owerri N.
In 1947 Christians and Jews in America formed an undenominational agency known as Protestants and Other Americans United for the Separation of Church and State (POAU).
Pupils who can not thus be accommodated shall be assembled during some suitable hour for religious and ethical exercises of a strictly undenominational character.
I refuse to be identified with an undenominational institution of this character as I [am] perfectly willing that it should become absolutely Presbyterian or even Methodist, but there must be an absolute influence, and that could not be contained in an interdenominational or non-sectarian institution.
Ferdinand Buisson es, sin duda, un claro defensor de la neutralidad confesional, pero no, como Ferry, de la neutralidad religiosa, lo que le alinea con ese modelo de laicidad no confesional, presente en paises protestantes como Inglaterra o los Paises Bajos, que aparece acunado bajo el concepto unsectarian y undenominational, y que fue tan del gusto de la ILE.
As Alderman Sawday suggested in a speech delivered at the grand opening of the new hall and gymnasium in 1900, the purpose of the association was, first and foremost, to train young men to become "useful citizens" in an unsectarian, undenominational setting.
Why, then, should any undenominational organisation presume to foist upon the public a religious or quasi-religious form of public celebration, knowing that it will entail the exclusion of men who fought for their country?