eternal damnation

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Synonyms for eternal damnation

the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell

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Among early church fathers, Tertullian considered malicious blasphemy a mortal sin, punishable with eternal damnation.
I thought, 'If I get eternal damnation for one interference, what do I get for doing it again - two eternal damnations?
Tormented by these visions, Constantine took his own life ( a sin condemning him to eternal damnation.
I KNOW what hell is now,'' wheezed an orange-vestedGraham Taylor,quitean indictment from a man who must have come fairly close to the fires of eternal damnation at least once when England manager.
Peasants feared interdiction, seeing denial of church services as a one-way ticket to eternal damnation.
It is a grave offence against one's marriage vows which consents to the eternal damnation of one's spouse.
Its orchestration is colourful, even garish at times, as the composer paints a picture of the terror of the Day of Judgment and the fear of eternal damnation.
The Kentucky Mountain Bible College believes people associate the number with the Devil because of its role in the Bible as the stamp Satan uses for those marked for eternal damnation.
The executives don't seem to have worried about getting caught, I suppose because they were already doomed to eternal damnation for making a movie star out of Keanu Reeves.
Unorthodox in her views, Conway dismissed the Biblical Creation, the Trinity, the supremacy of the human soul, eternal damnation, and the permanence of organized religions.
In other words, the individual is objectively worthy of eternal damnation if she (or he) should die without repentance.
This is an ontological claim about the world we all live in, and so it inevitably affects us--whether it be very slightly (as we idly peruse a Jehovah's Witness pamphlet) or more dramatically (if as Catholics we anticipate eternal damnation for our sins).
POPE Benedict XVI has reiterated the existence of hell and condemned society for not talking about eternal damnation enough.
When the Church ruled this land, the citizens of Ireland were afraid on pain of excommunication and eternal damnation to speak the truth of child abuse.
Tormented by these visions, Constantine took his own life - a sin deserving of eternal damnation.