wickedness


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absence of moral or spiritual values

the quality of being wicked

estrangement from god

the quality of being disgusting to the senses or emotions

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Although a work of fiction, "Autism: The Fight In Side" is based on real events and was written and self-published by Austin Bower for the specific purpose of encouraging young men who suffer from autism to stay away from gangs and associates that would involve them in lives of wickedness, and corruption.
Each of your victims should understand they are in no way to blame for the harm your wickedness caused.
Pray that the constant repetition of sins and wickedness may cease.
Although parts of the book reflect a wide range of rather snappy political and historical judgments--on the culpability of American foreign policy as well as the evil or wickedness of the twentieth-century dictators--its core is an extended essay on the nature and practice of evil and wickedness as seen through literature, within which is included a great deal of philosophy and even theology.
I HAD rather be a door-keeper in the house of my God, than to dwell in the tents of wickedness.
And when it happens let's all pray that our barmy legal system - just for once - hands out a sentence that truly reflects the sheer wickedness of the crime.
She described the armour needed to fight against deceit, lies, unbelief, violence, wickedness and despair.
A MAN who murdered his boss and tried to kill three other people "in acts of callous wickedness, cruelty and inhumanity" was sentenced to life in prison yesterday.
Now, add to those two monsters of the past century all the warmongers of history whose greed and wickedness disposed of countless millions of human beings.
Something wicked this way comes; essays on evil and human wickedness.
A spokesman for the centre said: "An experiment to separate virtue from wickedness in his own nature results in the respectable Dr Jekyll releasing the demon within.
2]evil 1, wickedness <The heroes fought the powers of darkness.
He reminded them that God's heart had been grieved because of the sin of the people of the earth, and that God had sent this worldwide flood as punishment for their wickedness.
Yes there is a mysterious something in us called the soul, which deliberate wickedness kills, and without which no material gain can make life bearable.
On the outside you appear to people as righteous but on the inside you are full of hypocrisy and wickedness.