Definition of Miracle-worship
1. Noun. The worship of miracles.
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Literary usage of Miracle-worship
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1889)
"At Tenos, the great centre of modern Greek miracle-worship, there is a well with a Turkish inscription upon it, which relates how a Mahommedan was cured of ..."
2. The Greatest Things in Religion: Being Studies in Some of the Christian by Eugene Marion Antrim (1910)
"Magic effects wonder; miracle, worship. The difference between the two is the better apprehended by a comparison of the trick of a prestidigitator and a ..."
3. Oriental Religions and Their Relation to Universal Religion by Samuel Johnson (1878)
"... weeding out superstitions from the writings of every school.3 The " Sacred Edict" not only repudiates the relic-and-miracle -worship of the Buddhist and ..."
4. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1886)
"From the introduction of the nefarious dogma of miracle- worship and self-torture, the suppression of the Olympic games, of health-giving sports, pastime, ..."
5. Puerto Rico by Kurt Pitzer, Tara Stevens (2001)
"... the best in Puerto Rico, with wild street celebrations that mix Catholic miracle worship and Afro-Caribbean culture in an explosion of color and music. ..."