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Definition of Nonmystical
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Literary usage of Nonmystical
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1. Introduction to the History of Religions by Crawford Howell Toy (1913)
"... Syria, Phoenicia, the Hebrew territory, or Arabia ; Semitic religion was objective, simple, nonmystical.2 The Syrian cult of Tammuz (Adonis), ..."
2. Mysticism and Modern Life by John Wright Buckham (1915)
"tions precisely as his nonmystical neighbor does, namely, through tradition and instruction, auto-suggestion grown habitual, and reflective analysis. ..."
3. Pietism and Methodism: Or, the Significance of German Pietism in the Origin by Arthur Wilford Nagler (1918)
"Though we find mystical elements here, Luther's later development was more nonmystical, in which the Scriptures played a greater role. Harnack (in DG, III., ..."