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Becerra’s confirmation is a reminder that conservatives do not get to define religiosity in the public sphere.
XAVIER BECERRA IS THE VICTIM OF THE RIGHT’S DISTORTION OF CATHOLICISMDUNCAN HOSIEMARCH 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Even when they do not become absolutely insane in their religiosity, they may often go to extremes.
ESSAYS IN PASTORAL MEDICINEAUSTIN MALLEY
Don't forget that if religion is a saving grace, religiosity is a constitutional weakness.
SINISTER STREET, VOL. 1COMPTON MACKENZIE
But the speechless aunt, I gathered, didn't approve—having doubts of my religiosity.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
Unorganised religiosity must be, it seems, the necessary precursor of organised Religion; it is its larval stage.
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ORIGIN AND THE NATURE OF RELIGIONJAMES H. LEUBA
Most of them may, however, lay claim to what we have called Passive Religiosity.
THE PSYCHOLOGICAL ORIGIN AND THE NATURE OF RELIGIONJAMES H. LEUBA
In spite of these sins, crying to Heaven, there was seldom any lack of religiosity or the outward forms of religion.
THE PREACHER AND HIS MODELSJAMES STALKER
As a people they are distinguished from all other nations by their religiosity.
IN THE SHADOW OF DEATHP. H. KRITZINGER AND R. D. MCDONALD
But, for the most part, the religiosity of your music recalls overmuch the fashionable confessor's.
MUSICAL PORTRAITSPAUL ROSENFELD
These people are solemn warnings—danger-signals on the broad paths of religiosity, which, remember, are very easy walking.
DIANA TEMPEST, VOLUME II (OF 3)MARY CHOLMONDELEY

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