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Bible-believing

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Definition of Bible-believing in English:

adjective

Having faith in the absolute authority of the Bible, especially in a fundamentalist or conservative way: a Bible-believing creationist
More example sentences
  • It should also be pointed out that most of the founding fathers of science were also Bible-believing creationists who saw no contradiction between their faith and their scientific pursuits.
  • The Christadelphians, a Bible-believing people, take a very literal approach to the Bible and regard it as fully inspired by God, hence free from error apart from copying and translation errors.
  • I have often been asked how I managed to survive in a high-powered scientific environment where it was uncommon to find a Bible-believing Christian and creationist.

Derivatives

Bible believer

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noun
Example sentences
  • The US newspaper The New York Times has not had a recent history of portraying Bible-believers in a fair light.
  • The attitude toward these early Bible-believers was one of outright ridicule.
  • The school head is an ardent Bible-believer.

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