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bibliolatry

Taxonomy vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

taxonomy | bibliolatry |


As nouns the difference between taxonomy and bibliolatry

is that taxonomy is the science or the technique used to make a classification while bibliolatry is fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.

Bibliolatrous vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

bibliolatrous | bibliolatry | Derived terms |

Bibliolatrous is a derived term of bibliolatry.


As a noun bibliolatry is

fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.

Bibliolatrist vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

bibliolatrist | bibliolatry | Derived terms |

Bibliolatrist is a derived term of bibliolatry.


As nouns the difference between bibliolatrist and bibliolatry

is that bibliolatrist is while bibliolatry is fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.

Bibliolater vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

bibliolater | bibliolatry | Derived terms |

Bibliolater is a derived term of bibliolatry.


As nouns the difference between bibliolater and bibliolatry

is that bibliolater is a worshipper of books, especially the bible while bibliolatry is fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.

Fundamentalism vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

fundamentalism | bibliolatry |


As nouns the difference between fundamentalism and bibliolatry

is that fundamentalism is (religion) the tendency to reduce a religion to its most fundamental tenets, based on strict interpretation of core texts while bibliolatry is fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.

Idolatry vs Bibliolatry - What's the difference?

idolatry | bibliolatry |


As nouns the difference between idolatry and bibliolatry

is that idolatry is the worship of idols while bibliolatry is fundamentalism, the belief in the literal truth of the bible.