Definition of house of God in English:

house of God

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A place of religious worship, especially a church.
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  • I personally have always believed that God is with me wherever I am and have always looked upon the church as a house of God, whatever that church may be Catholic, Buddhist, whatever.
  • Those who forbid women from worshipping in the house of God, he says, winding up his argument, ‘will be held answerable in God's court’.
  • Such domes had previously been reserved for churches - that is, for the houses of God, not those of man.

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