Christless


Christless

Christless [krahyst-lis] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. being without the teachings or spirit of Christ; unchristian.

Origin of Christless First recorded in 1645–55; Christ + -less Examples from the Web for christless Historical Examples of christless

  • The Christless heart is like the troubled sea that cannot rest.

    Expositions of Holy Scripture

    Alexander Maclaren

  • Surely, not to the high places of this Godless, Christless world.

    Notes on the Book of Leviticus

    C. H. Mackintosh

  • Yet fire is the portion to which the Christless and unbelieving will come.

    Practical Religion

    John Charles Ryle

  • The only prayers which Masonry does authorize, and can consistently authorize, are Christless–infidel prayers and services.

    Secret Societies

    David MacDill, Jonathan Blanchard, and Edward Beecher

  • I sought for comfort in a Godless and Christless philosophy, but sought in vain.

    Modern Skepticism: A Journey Through the Land of Doubt and Back Again

    Joseph Barker

  • Word Origin and History for christless Christless adj.

    1650s, from Christ + -less.

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