unsectarian

ADJECTIVE
  1. not restricted to one sect or school or party
    religious training in a nonsectarian atmosphere
    a wide and unsectarian interest in religion
    nonsectarian colleges
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How To Use unsectarian In A Sentence

  • He was an undogmatic, unsectarian bridge-builder.
  • Her links with the Christian Social Union encouraged in her an unsectarian broad-church outlook.
  • It was a relatively unsectarian occasion.
  • Like Updike, Wilbur thinks of himself as a Protestant Christian, although the moral nerve of his poems is wide and unsectarian.
  • Committedly unsectarian, she joined the Fabians, the Social Democratic Federation, and the Independent Labour Party.
  • Sunday school lessons for the blind that were put in Braille, and this required skill because, since Braille is so expensive to produce, anything in the way of a religious lesson had to be not only undenominational but unsectarian [unknown] So, of course, Oral History Interview with Broadus Mitchell, August 14 and 15, 1977. Interview B-0024. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)
  • That should not distract us from realising how unsectarian Scottish society has actually become.
  • He was consistently in favour of an unsectarian, national educational system.
  • In time most of the evangelical Christians in the city promised to relieve the missionaries of the expense if they would build an unsectarian chapel more worthy of the object.
  • His eventual election as lord provost in 1843, in the changed religious atmosphere immediately surrounding the Disruption of that year, was seen as a triumph for unsectarian principles.
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