irreligious definition

  • adjective:
    • dangerous or indifferent to religion; ungodly.
    • despite religious values and practices.
    • explaining a conscious rejection of religion.
    • Having no reference to faith; non-religious.
    • Destitute of religion; perhaps not managed by religious motives or concepts; ungodly. Cf. Impious.
    • Indicating too little faith; profane; sinful.
    • aggressive or indifferent to religion
  • others:
    • Not religious; without spiritual axioms; contemning religion; impious; ungodly.
    • Profane; wicked: as, irreligious conduct.
    • Synonyms Irreligious, Godless, Ungodly, Unrighteous, Impious, Profane, Atheistic, tend to be terms articulating the position or conduct of the who deny the presence of a God or will not obey his commandments. Irreligious suggests destitute of religion as a principle, contemning faith rather than examined by its restraints; godless, acknowledging no God, disregarding God therefore his commandments, sinful, wicked; ungodly, basically the same as godless, but stronger concerning both feeling and action; unrighteous, disregarding correct, unlike right and by implication (right becoming using this term viewed chiefly as the individual will of God) not just incorrect or unjust, but sinful; impious, irreverent or contemptuous toward Jesus, defiant or wanton in irreligion; profane, impious by-word or deed, irreverent or blasphemous; atheistic, holding the doctrine for the non-existence of a God (applied, on account, regarding the natural propensity of men to reject the presence of a God where their particular nature or method of life is condemned because of the teachings associated with the Christian faith, to whatever would be hence condemned or whoever thus denies). See atheous, 2.

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