blasphemy (noun) · blasphemies (plural noun)
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1. Blasphemy, in a religious sense, refers to great disrespect shown to God or to something holy, or to something said or done that shows this kind of disrespect; heresy refers a belief or opinion that does not agree with the official belief or opinion of a particular religion.
2. Blasphemy is verbal or written reproach of God’s name, character, work, or attributes. Blasphemy was a serious crime in the law God gave to Moses
3. Blasphemy is generally defined as the act or offense of speaking sacrilegiously about God or sacred things, synonymous with irreverence and disrespect of God or Christ.
4. The term Blasphemy refers to saying something about God that is disrespectful. It can also refer to degrading religious concepts or literature
5. Blasphemy can be included in speech, an act, writing, music, or art
6. Explore examples of Blasphemy found in everyday life.
7. Answer: The word Blasphemy is mentioned fourteen times in the King James Bible. It is used only twice in the Old Testament and twelve times in the New
8. "Blasphemy" denotes any utterance that insults God or Christ (or Allah, or Muhammed) and gives deeply felt offense to their followers
9. In all cases, Blasphemy in the Old Testament means to insult the honor of God, either by attacking him directly or mocking him indirectly
10. Thus, Blasphemy is considered the opposite of praise
11. The penalty for Blasphemy in the Old Testament was death by stoning.
12. Blaspheme definition is - to speak in a way that shows irreverence for God or something sacred : to utter Blasphemy
13. Blasphemy (Greek blaptein, "to injure", and pheme, "reputation") signifies etymologically gross irreverence towards any person or thing worthy of exalted esteem. In this broad sense the term is used by Bacon when in his "Advancement of Learning" he speaks of "Blasphemy against learning".
14. Blasphemy synonyms, Blasphemy pronunciation, Blasphemy translation, English dictionary definition of Blasphemy
15. Blasphemy is one of those sins that has almost become a joke
16. Blasphemy (n.) "impious or profane speaking of God or sacred things," early 13c., from Old French blasfemie "Blasphemy," from Late Latin blasphemia, from Greek blasphemia "a speaking ill, impious speech, slander," from blasphemein "to speak evil of."
17. "Therefore I say to you, any sin and Blasphemy shall be forgiven people, but Blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven
18. 12:31-32 and calls it Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.What exactly is this unforgivable sin? For that, we need to look at the context in order to discover that it is about attributing Jesus‘ miracles to the evil one.
19. Blasphemy is an anglicized form of the Greek term blasphemia, which scholars believe probably derives from two roots—blapto, to injure, and pheme, to speak
20. Blasphemy, in the broadest (and least precise) sense any act contrary to the will of God or derogatory to His power.Blasphemy is the term employed to translate the Hebrew verbs ḥeref, giddef, and ni'eẓ (e.g., Isa
21. Blasphemy A man is guilty of Blasphemy, when he speaks of God, or his attributes, injuriously; when he calumniously ascribe such qualities to him as do not belong to him, or robs him of those which do
22. Since Blasphemy is a sin that you commit through sinful words, we can rule out sins that are commonly mistaken for the unpardonable sin
23. The Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is not suicide, murder, cussing, witchcraft, backsliding, evil thoughts, or …
24. There are many instances in the Bible where Blasphemy occurs and what you usually see is a blatant disrespect for God or the things of God
25. Blasphemy was a very serious offense punishable by death
26. Blasphemy Lyrics: God has a plan, and the bible unfolds that wonderful plan / Through the message of prophecy / God sent Jesus into this world to be our savior / And that Christ is returning
27. In Douglas Preston's Blasphemy, the world's biggest supercollider, locked in an Arizona mountain, was built to reveal the secrets of the very moment of creation: the Big Bang itself
28. Blasphemy, irreverence toward a deity or deities and, by extension, the use of profanity
29. In Christianity, Blasphemy has points in common with heresy but is differentiated from it in that heresy consists of holding a belief contrary to the orthodox one
30. /ˈblæs.fə.mi/ something that you say or do that shows you do not respect God or a religion: to be accused of Blasphemy figurative humorous Madonna fans think that any criticism of her is Blasphemy.
31. Blasphemy is a rare Skill for The Watcher which allows her to enter Divinity instantly at the cost of dying on the start of the player's next turn
32. A Blasphemy law is a law prohibiting Blasphemy, where Blasphemy is the act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence to a deity, or sacred things, or toward something considered sacred or inviolable
33. According to Pew Research Center, about a quarter of the world's countries and territories (26%) had anti-Blasphemy laws or policies as of 2014.
34. What does Blasphemy mean? The definition of Blasphemy is saying something concerning God that is very disrespectful
35. Blasphemy with words is the most common understanding of Blasphemy, and there is plenty of evidence in the Bible to support this concept that cursing or mocking God is Blasphemy
36. This effect takes place regardless of whether the creatures hear the Blasphemy or not
37. Creatures whose Hit Dice exceed your caster level are unaffected by Blasphemy
38. 1 day ago · The Blasphemy law, embedded in Sections 295 and 298 of Pakistan's penal code, is frequently misused for personal revenge
39. It carries no provision to punish a false accuser or a false witness of Blasphemy
40. Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the sin which is unforgivable (unpardonable)
41. Mt 12:31-32: Therefore I say unto you, all manner of sin and Blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.
42. Blasphemy is a word that means speaking badly about a religion, or insulting a god.Some religions see Blasphemy as a religious crime
43. Many countries witha state religion have laws that make Blasphemy a crime.For example, Blasphemy can be punished with the death penalty in Saudi Arabia or Pakistan.In other countries, the punishment for the crime is a fine, or imprisonment.
44. Saying offensive things about God or religion is Blasphemy
45. Blasphemy can be used for offensive ideas in other areas too.
46. That imam said that drawing the prophet Muhammad is a form of Blasphemy .; The act of insulting or showing contempt or lack of reverence for any religion's deity or deities.
47. In English "Blasphemy" denotes any utterance that insults God or Christ (or Allah, or Muhammed) and gives deeply felt offense to their followers
48. In several states in the United States and in Britain, Blasphemy is a criminal offense, although there have been few …
49. Jesus refers to the sin of Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit as an unforgivable sin: "But whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; he is guilty of an eternal sin" (Mark 3:29, NIV)
50. Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is also referenced in Matthew 12:31-32 and Luke 12:10.
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