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  • a  hostile or indifferent to religion

  • Yet its mainstream pop culture, especially film, is secular at best, often raw and irreligious.
  • Rice's reminiscences about her ensuing atheist period and the success of her decidedly irreligious vampire novels are tinged with some sorrow; she moves earnestly on to the 90s .
  • Einstein's parents, on the other hand, were "entirely irreligious.

  • LK Advani in Sify
    He (Tully) has emphasized again and again that 'Secular State' does not mean an 'Irreligious State'. In India, he holds, secularism stems from Hindu tolerance,Advani said.
  • Karl Marx in Socialist Worker Online
    The foundation of irreligious criticism is: Man makes religion, religion does not make man,Marx wrote in his most famous statement on the subject. "Religious suffering is, at one and the same time, the expression of real suffering and a...
  • Nicholas Kristof in Christian Science Monitor
    Yet one critic, New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof, calls for a truce: "We've suffered enough from religious intolerance that the last thing the world needs is irreligious intolerance."

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