at church every time the doors are open

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at church every time the doors are open

  1. (Christianity, somewhat colloquial) religious to the point of excess; ridiculously religious
    • 2007, Patrick Irish, The Day God Asked Me a Question
      I was at church every time the doors were open. I started learning more about the Bible and even got baptized in the back of the church in a toddler pool.
    • 2010, Mark Atteberry, Let It Go: Come Home from Your Guilt Trip, page 70
      I am ashamed to admit it now, but for years I operated under the assumption that Christians who didn't show up at church every time the doors were open were somehow lacking in spirituality.