a belief system in which politics and religion are inseparably connected; when a change in political beliefs is no longer the same religion, and a change in the religious beliefs is no longer the same politics (portmanteau of religion + politics); pejorative: a loony nutcase who adheres to religitics can also be called "a religitic" (portmanteau of religious + lunatic)
Like all orthodox religions, the Christian Right is more religitics than pure religion.
noun, pejorative: a loony nutcase who adheres to religitics
(portmanteau of religious + lunatic);
adjective: of or concerning religitics
My uncle believes you can only be Christian if you support supply-side economics; he is such a religitic.
The practice of being unable to see or acknowlege political realities because of zealous religious beliefs. Usually manifested by expressing opinions dogmatically with no attempt to persuade.
You know the world's gone mad when Pat Robertson is talking more common sense than Ann Coulter. Spouting religitics
can sell books, but it just pisses off most people.