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Definition of "judeo-christian" [judeo-christian]

  • Having origins in both Judaism and Christianity; of or pertaining to Christianity. (adjective)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "judeo-christian" in a sentence
  • "Apparently, that is not the case for a large number of Republicans, including Huckaby (who is an ordained minister), despite the fact that the Republican Party keeps bragging about its adherence to judeo-christian moral and family values and its alliance with people of faith and their churches."
  • "For those Republicans, they only moral and family values they seem to want to talk about and promote is opposition to gay marriage and other rights, and opposition to abortion; they never want to discuss those judeo-christian which may actually cost money to address, such a looking after the less fortunate."
  • "I would be overjoyed if I could get my populist blue collared/rednecked judeo-christian ethic following Democratic party back and in the majority here. donttreadonme"