• secular affairs
  • 俗事
  • secular education
  • (宗教色を持ち込まない)普通教育
  • secular powers
  • (教会権力に対して)政治権力,俗権
  • A reliquary that was donated to the church had a better chance of surviving than the similar secular works that are only recorded in inventories, where scenes of courtly pleasure were depicted with portrait figures of the princes and their friends.
  • Wikipedia: Holy Thorn Reliquary
  • Abbot Thomas and six of his brethren—the seventh opted to resign and become a secular priest—crossed Southampton Water to join their mother house of Beaulieu.
  • Wikipedia: Netley Abbey
  • Although his competitors deposed Dietrich in 1212, his successors finished and enlarged the fortress; it featured in chronicles of the subsequent centuries as both a symbolic and physical embodiment of the power of the archbishop of Cologne in his many struggles for regional authority in secular and ecclesiastical matters.
  • Wikipedia: Siege of Godesberg
  • Although officially a secular party, it has close links to the Pentecostal movement, and in particular the Assemblies of God denomination.
  • Wikipedia: South Australian state election, 2006
  • An aspect of Vijayanagara architecture that shows the cosmopolitanism of the great city is the presence of many secular structures bearing Islamic features.
  • Wikipedia: Vijayanagara Empire
  • At the trial, St-Calais held that as a bishop he could not be tried in a secular court, and refused to answer the accusations.
  • Wikipedia: William de St-Calais
  • Atheistic thought found recognition in a wide variety of other, broader philosophies, such as existentialism, objectivism, secular humanism, nihilism, anarchism, logical positivism, Marxism, feminism, and the general scientific and rationalist movement.
  • Wikipedia: Atheism
  • Baldwin had suspended Nonant in March 1190 for holding secular office as sheriff, but Baldwin wrote to FitzNeal after his departure that Nonant had agreed to relinquish his secular offices.
  • Wikipedia: Baldwin of Forde
  • Brehal drew up his final summary in June 1456, which describes Joan as a martyr and implicated the late Pierre Cauchon with heresy for having convicted an innocent woman in pursuit of a secular vendetta.
  • Wikipedia: Joan of Arc
  • By contrast, the wealthiest residents, both secular and spiritual, became caught in an almost manic orgy of building.
  • Wikipedia: Sicilian Baroque
  • David Strauss's investigation of the biography of Jesus, which shocked the public with its scepticism of the historical accuracy of the Gospels, influenced the secular debate about Shakespeare.
  • Wikipedia: Shakespeare authorship question
  • During this period one of Douglas's most important secular buildings was designed, St Deiniol's Library, at Hawarden, Flintshire, for W. E. Gladstone and his family.
  • Wikipedia: John Douglas (architect)
  • Erman considers these to be secular songs used to greet the pharaoh at Memphis, while Simpson considers them to be religious in nature but affirms that the division between religious and secular songs is not very sharp.
  • Wikipedia: Ancient Egyptian literature
  • For his second envoi, not wishing to test the Académie's tolerance too far, Bizet proposed to submit a quasi-religious work in the form of a secular mass on a text by Horace.
  • Wikipedia: Georges Bizet
  • He also promoted clerical reform in his diocese, working to change many of the churches that had chapters of secular clergy into churches with chapters of Augustinian canons.
  • Wikipedia: Hilary of Chichester
  • He composed religious and secular vocal works, a piano concerto, and incidental music for Longfellow's play A Spanish Student.
  • Wikipedia: Charles Villiers Stanford
  • He secured the continued immunity of clergy from secular jurisdiction, and supervised the administration of the archdiocese.
  • Wikipedia: Walter de Coutances
  • He worked to protect the rights, lands, and privileges of his diocese and cathedral chapter from encroachment by others, both secular and clerical.
  • Wikipedia: Ralph Neville
  • Hultzsch, the great epigraphist, in this inscription acknowledgment is made to the earlier great Chola king Parantaka about declaring the Chidambaram (Siva) Koil and the Srirangam (Vishnu) Koil as 'Kuladhanams' of the Cholas – a pointer to the fact that the Cholas were secular and patronized equally all religions and sub-sects within the same religion.
  • Wikipedia: Chola dynasty
  • In 845 Emperor Wuzong of Tang finally shut down 4,600 Buddhist monasteries along with 40,000 temples and shrines, forcing 260,000 Buddhist monks and nuns to return to secular life; this episode would later be dubbed one of the Four Buddhist Persecutions in China.
  • Wikipedia: Tang Dynasty
  • In more secular matters, he granted the town of Bishop's Lynn (now King's Lynn) the right to hold a weekly market and two fairs per year.
  • Wikipedia: John de Gray
  • In the meantime, two factions diverged in the Roman church, separating the lapsed, Christians who had complied with the edicts to ensure their own safety, and the rigorists, those who would brook no compromise with secular authority.
  • Wikipedia: Diocletianic Persecution
  • In this process, seven Imperial Electors—the four secular electors of Bohemia, Brandenburg, the Palatinate, and Saxony; and the three ecclesiastical electors of Mainz, Trier, and Cologne—selected an emperor.
  • Wikipedia: Cologne War
  • Middle Tamil is attested in a large number of inscriptions, and in a significant body of secular and religious literature.
  • Wikipedia: Tamil language