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unscriptural

Line breaks: un|scrip¦tural
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈskrɪptʃ(ə)r(ə)l
 
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Definition of unscriptural in English:

adjective

Not in accordance with the Bible: sacraments deemed unscriptural by Luther
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  • There are pests in the spiritual world, just as in horticulture - unscriptural ideas and attitudes that threaten to retard development.
  • He reconsecrated it to the Virgin Mary and resumed using the temple to pray for the dead, only now it was ‘Christianised ‘, as men added the unscriptural teaching of purgatory.
  • For example, Armstrong's dogmatic view that the Israelites left Egypt the following night after the Passover meal, not the same night, was now deemed unscriptural.

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