iniquity


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that which is morally bad or objectionable

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Den Of Iniquity again has plenty of weight in this three-mile assignment, but is a hardy sort and should be suited haring around Ascot.
Third, Thomas Helwys's The Mystery of Iniquity holds high relevance for Baptists today.
Extreme modernists, on the other hand, take scandal at the holiness of God, his transcendence, and his hatred of iniquity.
Among the lessons Gulf kids win no longer be studying are sweeping condemnations of Jews and Christians, disquisitions on the iniquity of infidels, and a Q & A that begins "God hates.
Of course, much of our popular entertainment is still horrendous, and the world portrayed by the news media a dismal, crime-ridden swamp of iniquity.
It was like we were supposed to be thankful that they were willing to come in and sit next to us in our little den of iniquity.
AFTER READING two books on the creation of the King James Bible, the influence of which has followed English speaking peoples around the world, I had an overwhelming feeling of that sentiment expressed in older baptismal liturgies, "conceived in sin and born in iniquity.
The breathtaking images of so much of the story, of Haoyou flying, of the acrobats in the circus, the Mongol way of execution that avoids spilling blood on the ground, of the den of iniquity, so to speak, where Haoyou's mother must work, the ghastly uncle who must be obeyed, the other villain of the story, an evil man who lusts after Haoyou's mother and seeks the family's destruction--all make for a truly marvelous story.
I wept with joy and gratitude upon reading of Operation Silver Bullet in which 100 of our bravest boys in blue raided seven prostitution dens of iniquity, making an astounding 14 arrests.
And God wished to punish the Philistines for their idolatry and their iniquity.
There is solitude and sadness, and sometimes a bit of rage; a small iniquity expressed perhaps to demonstrate one's existence.
Otherwise Natas can be seen trolling the bottom-most dens of iniquity in New York with his design associate David Carson.
Rosenzweig, who dodged iniquity, in the New York Police Department in the 1960s, calls Koehler "a period piece, the ultimate West Side bad guy.
Particularly useful is the author's discussion of the symbiotic relationship between the "pathologically intertwined" campaigns for women's suffrage and National Prohibition, which involved all-out assaults on the powerful masculine political culture that allowed such havens of iniquity as saloons to exist in the first place.
And businessmen prefer to think of themselves as victims of political extortion, not as initiators of bribes," all the while "government degenerates into a sea of iniquity.