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faith-based

adjective
 
/ˈfeɪθˌbeɪst/ mainly US
relating to organizations or government policies which are based on Christian religious beliefs
(机构、政府的构思或计划)基于基督教的;和基于基督教有关的
a faith-based counselling organization
宗教信仰咨询机构
Religions and religious groupsChristian denominations
Translations of “faith-based”
in Chinese (Traditional) (機構、政府的構思或計劃)基於基督教的, 基於基督教信仰的…
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