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unpardonableness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The character or state of being unpardonable.

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Examples

  • It was because St. Augustine considered Christ's words to imply absolute unpardonableness that he held the sin against the Holy Ghost to be solely final impenitence.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

  • She had fancied that even the most infatuated husband might be counted onto resent, at least negatively, an attack on the sanctity of the hearth; and her anticipations were heightened by a sense of the unpardonableness of her act.

    Expiation

  • The absolute unpardonableness of her conduct occurred to her; with a smile she dismissed the consideration.

    Tristram of Blent An Episode in the Story of an Ancient House

  • One thing is clear: Its unpardonableness cannot arise from anything in the nature of sin itself; for that would be a naked contradiction to the emphatic declaration of Mt 12: 31, that all manner of sin is pardonable.

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • But the special unpardonableness of those sins, the one of which I have spoken and that which we are now considering, lies in their shutting out God from his genial, his especially spiritual, influences upon the man.

    Unspoken Sermons Series One

  • But the special unpardonableness of those sins, the one of which I have spoken and that which we are now considering, lies in their shutting out God from his _genial_, his especially spiritual, influences upon the man.

    Unspoken Sermons Series I., II., and II.

  • And perhaps, when he was convicted of lying to the Holy Ghost, he remembered the unpardonableness of the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost, which struck him like a dagger to the heart.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume VI (Acts to Revelation)

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