Definition Of sect

noun

a group of people with somewhat different religious beliefs (typically regarded as heretical) from those of a larger group to which they belong.

Christians had gone astray and corrupted the God's scriptures by dividing into different sects and beliefs.

section.

Example Of sect

  • As Baptists, our beginnings are traced to dissenting sects of English and European Protestants.

  • But his lecture was mainly aimed at a powerful sect called the middle-class liberals.

  • Christianity originated in the Middle East and was originally a sect of Judaism.

  • Christians had gone astray and corrupted the God's scriptures by dividing into different sects and beliefs.

  • Did you know that Hasidic Jews are considered a mystical sect of Judaism?


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