Exbiblism, n.

previous belief in books

Used in a Sentence

April 2016
"Some held that in—the great times of the past—songs themselves had been caught like butterflies and pressed inside rectangles of metal and glass. Others said that talking itself had been captured and crushed under pressure into a form of oil that laid itself in lines across planks of wood little thicker than a hair. The divergent Church of Exbiblism believed none of these things, declaring themselves apostates of Elder Doctrine." (submitted by tomcoates)

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