Transgression sentence examples

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  • God then, who is love, delivers us from evil through Christ, who pays the penalty of our transgression to the enemy of God and man.

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  • If man is thought of as under the authority of God, any transgression of or want of conformity to the law of God is defined as sin.

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  • His system declared that holiness and sin are free voluntary exercises; that men act freely under the divine agency; that the slightest transgression deserves eternal punishment; that it is through God's mere grace that the penitent believer is pardoned and justified; that, in spite of total depravity, sinners ought to repent; and that regeneration is active, not passive, with the believer.

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  • Not far behind Stefan, however, is his brother Damon (Ian Somerhalder of Lost), a vicious killer intent on torturing his brother for some transgression in their past.

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  • A minor transgression that the other person may not even remember is probably not important enough to warrant a full-blown revenge prank.

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  • Nor is that a being bound foranother's offence; for when it is said that we through Adam's sin have become obnoxious to the divine judgment, is is not to be taken as if we, being ourselves innocent and blameless, bear the fault of his offence, but that, we having been brought under a curse through his transgression, he is said to have bound us.

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  • He first acquired fame by a quarrel with the head of the brotherhood which he had joined, Mahommed asserting that his master condoned transgression of the divine law.

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  • The Rigsraads of Denmark and Norway insisted, in the haandfaestning or charter extorted from the king, that the crowns of both kingdoms were elective and not hereditary, providing explicitly against any transgression of the charter by the king, and expressly reserving to themselves a free choice of Christian's successor after his death.

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  • He here breaks with Augustine and the Westminster Confession by arguing, consistently with his theory of the Will, that Adam had no more freedom of will than we have, but had a special endowment, a supernatural gift of grace, which by rebellion against God was lost, and that this gift was withdrawn from his descendants, not because of any fictitious imputation of guilt, but because of their real participation in his guilt by actual identity with him in his transgression.

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  • transgression of the rules (e.g.

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  • In the first sense the conception is similar to that of fate; this assumes a moral character as nemesis, or the inevitable penalty of transgression.

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  • God's order had been adversely affected by man's transgression of Yahweh's laws.

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  • the transgression of a law or command.

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  • Few things are so sad to read as the letters in which he details the consequences of his transgression.

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  • unmentionable crime or horrific transgression.

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  • Confinement to Barracks; usually for a minor transgression of Army Regulations.

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  • Of the third point, on this you can't go back, Wilt thou take punishment for thy transgression?

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  • transgression of the sea; this continued into the earliest Jurassic.

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  • The Middle Devonian was marked by the same great transgression as in Europe and America; it produced inland seas, extending into Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland, in which were deposited limestones with a rich coral fauna.

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  • Then followed a marine transgression along most of the southern coast of Australia.

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  • transgression of boundaries, characteristically seen in his World Flag Ant Farm.

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  • The succession is interpreted as representing the latest Triassic transgression of the sea; this continued into the earliest Jurassic.

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  • 10.4) records the tradition that on the occasion of his transgression the land was shaken by the terrible earthquake to which Amos i.

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  • Both of the latter types of deposits are rarely exposed at the sea bed, and probably pre-date the Holocene sea-level transgression.

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  • The Carboniferous period began with a marine transgression, enabling limestones to form in Tasmania and New South Wales; and at the same time the sea first got in along the western edge of the western plateau, depositing the Carboniferous rocks of the Gascoyne basin and the coastal plain of north-western Australia.

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  • But the transgression is enough to explain the disfavour into which the Maccabees seem to fall in the judgment of later Judaism, as, in that judgment, it is enough to account for the instability of their dynasty.

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  • The most conspicuous of the many symbols and signs of his transgression was the golden eagle which he had placed over the great gate of the Temple; its destruction was the obvious means to adopt for the quickening and assertion of Jewish principles.

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  • pp. 84 sqq., 1901, translated from the Armenian), Creation and Transgression of Adam (op. cit.

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  • To the majority, this is a trifling matter, but obviously it constitutes a serious moral transgression for a Christian.

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  • The sense of sin can hardly be said to enter into these exercises - that is, they are not undertaken as penance for personal transgression.

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  • He is known for his work on the transgression of boundaries, characteristically seen in his World Flag Ant Farm.

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  • transgression of the law to be more grievous than death itself.

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  • Neither of the heroines has any but the rudiments of a moral sense; but Roxana, both in her original transgression and in her subsequent conduct, is actuated merely by avarice and selfishness - vices which are peculiarly offensive in connexion with her other failing, and which make her thoroughly repulsive.

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  • You will be restored, your transgression forgiven, the disgrace undone, and your life quite mended up again.

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  • Of the third point, on this you ca n't go back, Wilt thou take punishment for thy transgression?

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  • God 's order had been adversely affected by man 's transgression of Yahweh 's laws.

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  • In the event of a serious transgression of the rules (e.g.

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  • These mysterious locales, tainted sites and corrupt settings all bear the mark of some unmentionable crime or horrific transgression.

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  • Tournaments in particular are fertile occasions of all the deadly sins; and mystery plays, except those of the birth and resurrection of Christ performed in the churches, also lead men into transgression.

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  • Architecture there is about ' accommodation ', not ' transgression ' of prevailing norms.

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  • transgression forgiven, the disgrace undone, and your life quite mended up again.

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  • For we consider this pity of yours which insures our safety through transgression of the law to be more grievous than death itself.

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