sinner


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Synonyms for sinner

Synonyms for sinner

a person who sins (without repenting)

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I have not come to call the righteous to repentance but sinners.
The Church welcomes every sinner as member and each member finds the Church as a place for the redemption of his sin.
REMAIN or Leave will take a back seat to Saint or Sinner at Hamilton this evening as the track stages its annual fundraiser for the charity that helps disadvantaged people in Scotland.
FROM SINNER An English fryup (with fried sausages, bacon, eggs, beans and fried bread): 1,000 cals, 70g fat
When asked for his favorite sinner from this year's plays, Mr.
A Sinner Of Memory is an impress anthology of essays written by poet and essayist Melita Schuam and arising from her personal life experiences.
CLIVE BARKER PRESENTS SAINT SINNER - One and one half stars
When the next reports are no better, despite all the red ink (and perhaps some verbal "constructive criticism"), the manager reaches for heavier ammunition: repeat the message more loudly, threaten career damage, send the sinner to a one-day writing course.
9) Traditionally, in art and literature the image of the penitent sinner was associated with the character of Mary Magdalen, one of the most popular saints in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.
In my debut film, Sinner, there are three gay characters, none of whom fit into the stereotypical mold.
As the phoney election picks up pace and politicians face claims and counter-claims of pandering to prejudice, the bigotry which motivated Copeland's one-man war on difference comes in for examination in a powerful two-man dance piece, Sinner, which comes to Birmingham's DanceXchange tonight.
Saint Sinner premieres Saturday, October 26 at 9pm ET/PT, just in time for Halloween.
I tell you, in just the same way there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over ninety-nine righteous people who have no need of repentance.
They have talked themselves into believing that Christians should not judge; that even an individual's demand for his "rights" as a homosexual activist within the Catholic community should be respected, perhaps even accepted; that love of the sinner should silence the condemnation of sin itself.