Religion in a sentence

Definition of Religion

Engage in religious practice. | Indoctrinate into a specific religion. | To make sacred or symbolic; sanctify.

Short Example Sentence for Religion

  • 1. For that is what religion does to morality.
  • 2. A free state and a slavish religion are incompatible.
  • 3. Life and Religion of the Hindoos.
  • 4. How thy religion fares, I fain would hear.
  • 5. The Ethics and Religion of the State.
  • 6. Since he can never forsake his religion his tribulations are many.
  • 7. Thus set free, the content of religion assumes quite another shape.
  • 8. Thou knowest that the religion of Mahommed highly commends such a death.

How to use Religion in a Sentence?

  • 1. The objector may of course be reminded that religion tones down the self-complacency of morality.
  • 2. He had lost his wife many years ago, but time and religion had soothed that sorrow.
  • 3. Beautiful Art, like the religion peculiar to it, has its future in true religion.
  • 4. Even though religion (according to Kant) conceive them as divine commands.
  • 5. Such is a slight sketch of the religion which Mohammed substituted for the idolatry of Arabia.
  • 6. And she recognised at once that it was the only religion for her and for any child of hers who inherited her nature.
  • 7. They were founded and administered in the interests of religion rather than of commerce or industry.
  • 8. As a matter of fact she had at that juncture felt more need than ever for the help of religion in her life.
  • 9. At other times all forms of religion she knew of seemed a mere wearisome routine of duty and custom.
  • 10. Hassan was perfectly aware that without the compressing power of positive religion no society can well be held together.
  • 11. It had been his habit for a great many years to change his religion with his shirt, and his ideas about temperance at the same time.
  • 12. It is but religion come to its maturity, made at home in the world, and no longer a stranger and a wonder.
  • 13. So, again, religion does not supervene upon an already existing political and moral system and invest it with an additional sanction.
  • 14. We may need such a philosophy or religion to console us under evils which are irremediable, but we see that it is fatal to the higher life of man.
  • 15. The causes which induced Augustine to take this sublime but one-sided view of religion may be easily understood.
  • 16. The scene is laid in the mining centers of Montana, where politics and mining industries are the religion of the country.
  • 17. Here Religion treads on the borders of fairy-land, and brings an indescribable atmosphere away from thence.
  • 18. Her religion was pre- eminently practical, while it was deeply spiritual; in fact, it was the religion of sanctified common sense.
  • 19. He believes that every religion is good, as leading to heaven, but that his own faith is the best, as opening the gate of the very highest heaven.
  • 20. Socialism, individual money matters, and religion are forbidden topics, and sex and women only in so far as they appear in the law courts.
  • 21. It was from her lips he learned his Bible, from her teaching he drank in the sincere belief in revealed religion which he never lost.
  • 22. Professor Virchow solemnly warns us against the danger of attempting to displace the Church by the religion of evolution.
  • 23. Did the religio-military order of the Knights Templars hold a secret doctrine subversive of religion and morality?
  • 24. Many difficulties arise in practical religion from the impossibility of conceiving body and mind at once and in adjusting their movements to one another.
  • 25. Household-work awaited her daily after the factory-work, and a dark, strange religion oppressed and did not sustain her, Sundays.
  • 26. Above all, it is evident that the great fact of religion overhangs Mr. Spencer with the attraction of an unsolved and unacceptable problem.
  • 27. His religion contained descriptions of the future state of rewards and punishments, by which he allured to obedience and terrified from contumacy or opposition.
  • 28. The spirit is only spirit in so far as it is for the spirit, and in the absolute religion it is the absolute spirit which manifests no longer abstract elements of its being but itself.
  • 29. On that account Colebrooke and many others have described the Hindoo religion as at bottom a Monotheism.
  • 30. It is no use to organise political laws and arrangements on principles of equity and reason, so long as in religion the principle of unfreedom is not abandoned.
  • 31. Orangemen were plumped down among the present inhabitants; but according to existing circumstances creeds are not torn to tatters nor religion disfigured by strife and slander.
  • 32. It commonly happens that, when a new form of religion is proposed for the acceptance of mankind, it surpasses in purity that which it is intended to supersede.