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Fast-forward to 1998, when World Kindness Day was formed by the World Kindness Movement, an apolitical, nonreligious international organization.
Many nonreligious couples still enjoy an exchange of vows as an opportunity to express their love and commitment for one another, says Zabinski.
One part of the family wanted a nonreligious service while the other side wanted a Christian service.
The administration said the separate rule for moral opposition was carved out because nonreligious organizations had filed their own legal challenges to the Obama rule.
Here, some tips to ensure your own nonreligious wedding goes off without a hitch.
These Christians’ narratives are seldom radically different from nonreligious Americans.
Raised in a nonreligious household, Michal’s embrace of Orthodox Judaism is central to her identity.
Being in the majority matters In well-off but secular countries such as France and the Netherlands, both the religious and the nonreligious report about the same level of happiness and social support.
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Synonymsgodless, irreligious, religionless
Related Wordschurchless, unchurched; heathen, pagan, paganish, ungodly, unholy; blasphemous, impious, irreverent, profanatory, sacrilegious; agnostic, atheistic (or atheistical); unconsecrated, unhallowed; profane, secular, temporal, worldly
Near Antonymsdevout, God-fearing, godly, holy, pious, prayerful, reverent, sainted, saintly, worshipful, worshipping (also worshiping); sanctimonious; blessed (also blest), consecrated, hallowed, sacred, sacrosanct, sanctified; devotional, spiritual
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