Bible-basher

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Bible-basher

1. A derogatory term for a Christian considered to be overly focused on the Bible and/or aggressively evangelistic. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. After Mary started spending more time with her church's youth group, her friends from school began to complain that she had become a bit of a Bible-basher.
2. A person who does not approve of the Bible or Christianity. Tired of Bill harassing her about her Christian faith, Joan finally said to him, "You don't have to be a Christian, but I refuse to stay friends with such an intolerant Bible-basher as yourself."
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He will, of course, face resistance from the bible-bashers and homophobes in the DUP, who appear to take their instructions from a god rather than from the people.
Our driver, Jack Ryan, shepherded us through Sin City between boa-feathered pole dancers, topless firemen flexing their pecs, God Loves You Bible-bashers, drag queens and a striptease artist pleading: "Help me get my clothes back on.
Our dependable driver, Jack Ryan, shepherded us through Sin City between boa-feathered pole dancers, topless firemen flexing their pecs, God Loves You Bible-bashers, drag queens and a striptease artist pleading: "Help me get my clothes back on.
It could almost have been made by those scary American Bible-bashers who believe that homosexuality can be 'cured'.
This is what stops hysterical Bible-bashers like yourself trying to force your antiquated and narrow-minded views on everyone else, and long may it last.
But not to the Bible-bashers of this remote Aberdeenshire outpost.
The problem is that some regard Sir Peter's gift horse as a Trojan horse, a means by which his glossy new school can be used to smuggle in a bunch of bulging-eyed evangelicals who will then set to work on converting today's schoolchildren into tomorrow's doorstep Bible-bashers.
For now, we can just look back on an excellent first series that gave us such joyous moments as Rab and Jake's Scrabble extravaganzas, plus their dream trip to their spiritual home of Amsterdam; Eddie hunting down two fake Bible-bashers robbing the flats and flabby Frank hiding his secret Chinese takeaway in the cistern.
He upset not a few by his unrelenting depiction of Wales as being a nation of brooding Bible-bashers.
As intended, this piece of music theatre certainly caused the audience to question the two underlying angles of gangland hoodlums versus locked-in piety of Salvation Army bible-bashers.
They were banned by the bible-bashers, bit the heads off bats and dabbled in dark magic.
On second thoughts, however, haven't sternly moralistic Bible-bashers often made the best hypocrites?
Please no more bible-bashers seeking well-publicised martyrdom.
DAVID MOYES: "At Cambridge the holy trinity was centre-half David Moyes plus midfielders Alan Comfort and Graham Daniels, but I resented being surrounded by bible-bashers and tested their faith to the maximum.
They made us Ulster Prods look like bigoted, bilious Bible-bashers.