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Adenominationalism is the belief that no particular denomination of Astronism, including Institutional Astronism itself, holds legitimacy to say that they are the true manifestation or form of Astronism and so disregards all claims of proprietorship and superiority of denominations and sects.
Adenominational - a belief held by no particular denomination of Astronism; related term is adenomination, adenominationally, adenominationalism and adenominationality.
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