sacred writing

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

  • To create a canon of sacred writings is to create a collection which will be in some sense normative for the community for which it is intended.
  • Additional material found in certain psalters includes refrains used for antiphonal psalmody and appendices containing canticles or other sacred writings.
  • The story of Jaddus would be entitled to our respect — it would be beyond the reach of animadversion — were even any shadow of it to be found in the sacred writings; but as they do not make the slightest mention of it, we are quite at liberty to see that it is ridiculous. A Philosophical Dictionary
  • Their story is told in sacred writings of the biblical period, although the two books of the same name are not officially a part of either testament.
  • But all of the sacred writings say that you will devour the wicked and the unrighteous.
  • Additional material found in certain psalters includes refrains used for antiphonal psalmody and appendices containing canticles or other sacred writings.
  • The internal evidence derived from the peculiar character of each of the historical books is decisive of their genuineness, which is supported above all suspicion of alteration or addition by the scrupulous conscientiousness and veneration with which the Hebrews regarded their sacred writings. Handbook of Universal Literature From the Best and Latest Authorities
  • The latter part of his system is clearly countenanced by the sacred writings; and it does appear to be a stretch of language, to apply the term selfishness to the longing which the sincere Christian feels for the full enjoyment of God. The Philosophy of the Moral Feelings
  • And the younger called her son's name Ammon, as the sacred writings say. Codex Junius 11
  • I'm absolutely sure about that and it's in all the literature in the ancient, sacred writings of all religions.
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