secularism

[ US /ˈsɛkjəɫɝˌɪzəm/ ]
[ UK /sˈɛkjʊləɹˌɪzəm/ ]
NOUN
  1. a doctrine that rejects religion and religious considerations
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How To Use secularism In A Sentence

  • Janus-faced nature of Romanticism's engagement with secularism and cosmopolitanism. About This Volume
  • His book is not exactly a history of secularism; he is a philosopher, not a historian.
  • The position presented may look like a quest for spirituality shaped by a mixture of scientific secularism, Buddhist contentedness, and American Puritan self-control and self-leadership.
  • Three days before Mr. Mubarak left office, al Qaeda in Iraq, an affiliate group, released a statement that highlighted the gulf between the protesters in Tahrir Square and the jihadis on the sidelines: "Beware of the tricks of un-Islamic ideologies, such as filthy and evil secularism, infidelic democracy, and putrid idolic patriotism and nationalism," it said. Uprisings Put al Qaeda on Sidelines
  • His parents tolerate the sudden plunge into secularism with helpless concern.
  • High-minded though it may be to demand of the majority community to alone bear the burden of secularism, the minorities must do some heart-searching on their own to ask whether their expectations are fair and equitable.
  • Secularism does not end up healing wounds; it only applies an illusory balm.
  • Contrary to the expectations of the prophets of secularism, the Christian religion continues to flourish in western societies at the end of the twentieth century.
  • Capitalism, democracy, individualism, gender equality, and secularism are Western notions that have been adopted in Asia.
  • Thanks to famous Indian secularism, this Buddhist tradition, in all its ceremonial pomp, continues to this day.
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