sacred text

NOUN
  1. writing that is venerated for the worship of a deity
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How To Use sacred text In A Sentence

  • Sacred texts are not infrequently ontological embodiments of performance contexts.
  • Meanwhile, Muslim media fromTurkey to Afghanistan warned that burning the sacred text of Islam could deepen animosity toward the West.
  • Unlike their secular brethren, they claim, in theory at least, to treat as sacral the assumptions of their sacred texts.
  • KATHMANDU - He was thought to have been born a Muslim and yet his songs are part of the Guru Granth sahib, the sacred text of Sikhs. Gaea Times (by Simple Thoughts) Breaking News and incisive views 24/7
  • Israel was accused of being a State with no constitution and no recognized geographical borders and of having intentions to go forth on the basis of an idea that conjugates sacred texts and arms. Amir Madani: Perspectives of Peace in the Middle East
  • We study our sacred texts and reorient ourselves in the light of their timeless values. Times, Sunday Times
  • The original sacred texts are Veda, mostly written in Sanskrit, the language of the Aryan invaders.
  • Every word he utters is treated as sacred text.
  • But apart from the contradictory views of such textuaries, there can be no doubt that the Vatican Codex has been of the greatest service in these later days in correcting the Authorised Version, and helping to restore the sacred text as nearly as possible to the purity of the original autographs. Roman Mosaics Or, Studies in Rome and Its Neighbourhood
  • Contemporary culture tends to caricature the handlers of sacred texts. Times, Sunday Times
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