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Definition of the adjective Profamily
What does Profamily mean as an attribute of a noun?
- In favour of the traditional social construct of the family.
- antonym: antifamily
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A Faith-based Guide to Words, Phrases, and Famous Names by Ned Knight
See the Afghanistan War, the First Iraq War, profamily, and the Second Iraq War. Prochoice. Liberalsecular catchword used to hide the truth that abortion is prodeath and deeply unAmerican. Listen, patriots, to the cries of the unborn! They do ...
by Mary Zeiss Stange, Carol K. Oyster, Jane E. Sloan
the CWA files lawsuits to defend profamily policies and religious liberties. The CWA ...
by Alexandra Kindell, Elizabeth S. Demers Ph.D.
Christian Voice acted as the lobbying arm of the three-year-old American Christian Cause, which merged preexisting antigay, antipornography, and profamily groups on the West Coast. Jerry Falwell's Moral Majority, which formed the bedrock ...
by Immanuel Ness
The Christian Coalition is committed to ''profamily activism'' aimed at influencing public policy at all levels of government. One of its most visible forms of political action is its publication and distribution of Voter Guides and Scorecards that set ...
by James Michael Welsh, Donald M. Whaley
Conservative columnist Cal Thomas called World Trade Center “one of the greatest, pro-American, profamily, pro-faith, pro-male, flag-waving, God Bless America films you will ever see.” Newsweek reported that Paramount Pictures, which ...
Women in American History: A Social, Political, and Cultural Encyclopedia and Document Collection [4 volumes] (2017)
by Peg A. Lamphier, Rosanne Welch
Being profamily and pro-life, both of which were in reality antiwoman, was therefore defined as being pro-American. The merger of religion and politics was so strong that some analysts were convinced that President Jimmy Carter's support of ...
by Fenwick W. English
school boards, state legislatures, and Congress; • speak out in the public arena and in the media; • train leaders for effective social and political action; • inform profamily voters about timely issues and legislation; and • protest anti-Christianity ...
by J. Gordon Melton
The Religious Right scored some victories in the 1990s, such as the inclusion of its profamily plank in the 1992 Republican Party platform, the defeat of President Clinton's proposals on gays in the military and health insurance, and the passing ...
by Jodi O'Brien
The Christianist “profamily” line selectively uses social science and economic arguments to promote marriage as a cure for myriad social and economic problems and to argue that many social ills—for example, teen pregnancy, drug abuse, ...
by Jeffrey S. Turner
It is generally agreed that the national government needs to have adequate, ongoing, profamily policy for these and countless other needs arising from the turbulence of contemporary times. Further Reading. Aulette, Judy R. (1994). Changing ...
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Scrabble value of P3R1O1F4A1M3I1L1Y4
The value of this 9-letter word is 19 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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