denominational

[ US /dɪˌnɔməˈneɪʃənəɫ/ ]
[ UK /dɪnˌɒmɪnˈe‍ɪʃənə‍l/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. relating to the face value of a banknote, coin, or stamp
  2. adhering or confined to a particular sect or denomination
    denominational prejudice
  3. relating to or characteristic of a particular religious denomination
    denominational politics
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How To Use denominational In A Sentence

  • It was also an interdenominational event and readers from both church communities narrated the passion story.
  • The meetings are anonymous, non-denominational and open to all, men and women and anyone who feels the need is welcome along.
  • During that period, Catholic schools have steadily become assimilated to the non-denominational schools in terms of curriculum, teaching methods, assessment and examinations.
  • Starting new ones will only compound the problem: the traditionalist is in the same boat as the liberal to the extent that both are prisoners of a denominational market (p. 205), even when appeal is constantly being made to the model of Reformation confessio - or even early Christian martyrdom. Ramsey Lecture - Durham - 'The Lutheran Catholic'
  • Her mother was a former Catholic, and Baker was raised in a non-denominational Christian church.
  • Involvement in campus ministries was often the next step, typically at a denominational or private liberal arts college that sent substantial numbers of students on to seminary.
  • She is Lisa Vazquez, a nondenominational (and unconventional) clergywoman who lives in the United States and has been in ministry for eight years. Interview Thursday: Rev. Lisa of Black Women, Blow The Trumpet
  • Sometimes this question is posed from a purely denominationalist perspective. Measuring character
  • refrain from using Christ's name or title or any other denominational appeal" during invocations and instead use "nonsectarian" names for God. The Washington Times stories: Latest Headlines
  • They represent a denominational group one would expect to have increased income as their young adults advance in their careers. Sociology and Religion: A Collection of Readings
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