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unbiblical

Syllabification: un·bib·li·cal
Pronunciation: /ˌənˈbiblək(ə)l
 
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Definition of unbiblical in English:

adjective

Not found in, authorized by, or based on the Bible.
Example sentences
  • One or two statements appear to take Calvinism to unbiblical extremes, but these do not compromise the overall exposition.
  • This has had a permanent and detrimental effect upon British and American Evangelicalism, and has undergirded a whole range of unbiblical holiness and perfectionist teachings ever since Wesley's day.
  • The British Evangelical Council, first formed in 1952 as an Evangelical response to unbiblical ecumenism, is now known as ‘Affinity’.

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