religious writing

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n religious writing writing that is venerated for the worship of a deity
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Usage

In literature:

Of the happy incidents of the feast, the glad hours of loving converse, and the religious services held after, we have no room here to write.
"On the Indian Trail" by Egerton Ryerson Young
This is deemed the best mode of preserving the religious regard, which is due to the sacred writings.
"The Choctaw Freedmen" by Robert Elliott Flickinger
His religious writings would have spoken to them in an unknown tongue.
"A History of French Literature" by Edward Dowden
Beside him was a Samoan Bible, for he was a deeply religious old fellow, and could both read and write.
"The Call Of The South" by Louis Becke
But all his writings, religious and controversial, will not explain the immense and dominating effect Newman produced upon his contemporaries.
"Great Testimony against scientific cruelty" by Stephen Coleridge
Breton published, besides the writings above mentioned, some religious, pastoral, and other poetry.
"The English Novel in the Time of Shakespeare" by J. J. Jusserand
I wish that I had space to write of their curious, yet beautiful, religious rites.
"The Position of Woman in Primitive Society" by C. Gasquoine Hartley
Muggleton's writings in short read as a kind of religious nightmare.
"Books Condemned to be Burnt" by James Anson Farrer
He has neither learned to read nor to write, nor has he ever had any religious instruction.
"On the Heights" by Berthold Auerbach
Your religious poet made mediocre verses, but now he writes magnificent ones.
"Luxury-Gluttony:" by Eugène Sue
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In news:

Rose French writes about religious and spiritual matters for the Star Tribune.
"The rules operate primarily to force (some) religious objectors to dispense Plan B, while permitting other pharmacies to refrain from dispensing other medications for virtually any reason," Leighton writes.
She was one of several religious-studies students of that era whose interest in the Gnostics was sparked by increased access to a treasure trove of ancient writings that had been discovered.
His writing is a unique blend of religious morality and social awareness combined with an investigation of personal desires.
I write this not through political or religious eyes, but rather through the eyes of a patriot.
Bill Uhrich writes about the richness and diversity in Berks County religious traditions, along with other matters involving faith and spirituality in today's culture.
Weekday Religious Education students have been writing letters of thanksgiving this week as a way of expressing their thankfulness for all God has given them.
Writing for Religious News Service.
The vocation of pastor has been replaced by the strategies of religious entrepreneurs with business plans,'' he writes early on in a scathing critique of much of what passes for pastoral ministry in contemporary American culture.
He writes and speaks extensively on religious liberty and religion in American public life.
Joseph A Komonchak, who teaches theology in the department of religion and religious education at the Catholic University of America in Washington, is writing a book on the Second Vatican Council.
Debra Rubin writes for Religious News Service.
It was 392 years ago this month that a small band of religious pilgrims from England agreed in writing how they would govern their new settlement at Plymouth.
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In science:

A strong religious vein ran through much of Gore‘s writing and he was a man of devout Christian belief.
John Ellard Gore: of immensity and minuteness
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