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How to Pronounce antichurch?

Correct pronunciation for the word "antichurch" is [ˌantɪt͡ʃˈɜːt͡ʃ], [ˌantɪt‍ʃˈɜːt‍ʃ], [ˌa_n_t_ɪ_tʃ_ˈɜː_tʃ].

What are the misspellings for antichurch?

  • zntichurch,
  • sntichurch,
  • wntichurch,
  • qntichurch,
  • abtichurch,
  • amtichurch,
  • ajtichurch,
  • ahtichurch,
  • anrichurch,
  • anfichurch,
  • angichurch,
  • anyichurch,
  • anticurch,
  • antichuch,
  • antichurh,
  • antichruch,
  • anticherch,
  • antechurch,
  • anticruch,
  • antechurche

"Antichurch" in context

The term antichurch refers to a movement that believes that the traditional church has become too materialistic, rigid, and authoritarian for a modern world. They believe that church services should be more informal and based on personal experience rather than what has been said and written. Their goal is to form a non-traditional, non-institutional movement of believers who support one another in their spiritual growth.

Antichurch followers often emphasize freedom of thought and individual spiritual growth. They advocate individual exploration of spirituality and its connection to our everyday life. They see religion as something to be experienced by each person, as opposed to following a rigid set of rules.

Usage over time for antichurch:

This graph shows how "antichurch" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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