In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1correligionario masculinecorreligionaria feminine
- Sometimes we have to talk badly about our people, which can mean our fellow citizens, our racial or ethnic group or in this case our coreligionists.
- And to what extent is it proper for religious authorities to try and influence their co-religionists who happen to occupy these posts?
- For Phil and his co-religionists, there is no distinction between prophecy and self-fulfilling prophecy.
- Many wanted him to continue paganism, but he got Christian and his land was taken over by German co-religionists.
- You're motivated by and, in fact, are permitted under current law to hire coreligionists, people who believe as you do.
- His trance-like universe of moral relativism was disturbed when he met a group of his coreligionists who promised him answers and certainties, if only he renounced his wayward path and became a true believer.
- This gesture earned our admiration and respect because rarely do leaders of any religion admit that their co-religionists have committed wrongs against others.
- Here is a man whose co-religionists in 1840 did not have freedom of religion in England.
- It deals with truth and error, with behavior towards co-religionists and religious opponents, and with the coercive power of the state.
- This seems to me the language that is rightly used among coreligionists within the church, not between state officials and citizens in a criminal proceeding.
- Christian members of the cabinet were used to persuade their co-religionists.
- He intended to secure for all time a religious and civil equality for his co-religionists.
- Romanian Protestant churches conduct their services in the same manner as their American coreligionists, employing Romanian pastors who are subordinated to various local American jurisdictions.
- As a political liberal who is also a devout Baptist, I have grudging admiration for my conservative coreligionists.
- Does that go as far as shopping co-religionists for any indication of heightened religiosity?
- A society where the interests of your family, tribe, or coreligionists are generally put ahead of the ‘common interest’ will have a tougher time building a successful, modern political and economic infrastructure.
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