adjective: Lukewarm or indifferent, especially regarding religion.
After Laodicea, a city in Asia Minor, whose Christians were rebuked for their indifference to religion in Revelation 3:16 in the New Testament. Earliest documented use: 1633.
'How can we expect such vital realism from our pathologically Laodicean political class?' — Kevin Myers; An Irishman's Diary; Irish Times (Dublin); Jul 19, 2005. (© Wordsmith Words)"