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EtymologyEdit

From ex- +‎ Christian.

NounEdit

ex-Christian (plural ex-Christians)

  1. A former Christian.
    • 2016, David Rutledge, “After faith: How I became an ex-Christian”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[1]:
      I've been speaking with a lot of ex-Christians lately, and for every one of them, moving on from religion has been a process attended by severe anxiety, depression and a kind of grieving.

AdjectiveEdit

ex-Christian (not comparable)

  1. formerly Christian
    • 2018, “ANONYMOUS EX-CHRISTIANS OPEN UP ABOUT THEIR DAMAGED SEX LIVES”, in (Please provide the book title or journal name)[2]:
      For ex-Christian blogger Ruby Claire and those who've opened up to her, breaking free from a sexually repressive Church community was not liberating – it was awkward at best and traumatic at worst.