unchristian

[ UK /ʌnkɹˈɪst‍ʃən/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. not of a Christian faith
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How To Use unchristian In A Sentence

  • Such unchristian abuse is commonly experienced by those who are perceived as enemies of Christianity.
  • He had reason to condemn the Bishop for unchristian behaviour; but he preferred to condemn him for uncatholic behaviour. The Altar Steps
  • It wasn't that America is an unchristian country, quite the contrary.
  • They were at war with none personally; as high-toned, large-souled men and women they were ready with their expressions of hatred and contempt for the unchristian social life of our generation, but they were never ranters. Brook Farm
  • It does seem so gashly and unchristian altogether. Springhaven
  • I had hardly sent that last Roundabout Paper to the printer (which, I submit, was written in a pacable and not unchristian frame of mind), when Saturday came, and with it, of course, my Saturday Review. Roundabout Papers
  • Those that think to excuse themselves in unchristian practices with the Christian name, and sin the more boldly and securely because there is a sin-offering provided, do, in effect, make God's house of prayer a den of thieves, as the priests in Christ's time, Matt. xxi. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)
  • Consumerism that is totally unchristian and unevangelical rules us through the media.
  • Are such sentiments substandard, unchristian?
  • To render evil for evil, or railing for railing, is a sinful unchristian practice; the magistrate may punish evil-doers, and private men may seek a legal remedy when they are wronged; but private revenge by duelling, scolding, or secret mischief, is forbidden Prov. xx. Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)
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