This is the era in which we now live, an era when the sanctity of human life is so much less than it was in times past.
The body of Simon de Montfort had endured similar treatment after Evesham in 1265, but it had served only to lend him an aura of sanctity in the minds of his erstwhile supporters.
the site of the tomb was a place of sanctity for the ancient Egyptians
The sanctity of human life is the closest thing our culture has to a basic value.
A bringer of healing water, she soon found herself pursued by believers in her sanctity and tormented by officials who hounded her with police interrogations.
Here Keith recognised the tradition of use was more important than the sanctity of original fabric.
He dismisses ideas about the sanctity of human life, ‘because if anything it means the in-sanctity of species which are not human’.
He says he does value marriage and its sanctity .
the sanctity of human life
Islam makes the sanctity of human life a paramount obligation, and care for the innocent, the sufferers, the bereaved, a sacred duty.