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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His relentless attacks on me are borne out of jealousy and the major factor is envy and wickedness.
It takes a certain amount of wickedness to target the elderly DC MARK ROBERTSON ON SMART AND BOOLS
Ferdinand said: "I don't know where this wickedness comes from.
29 They have become filled with every kind of wickedness, evil, greed and depravity.
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.
While signaling his openness to welcome transgender people, Pope Francis is receiving criticism for continuing to affirm his strong opposition to teaching gender identity in schools, something he has described as "wickedness."
He said during his meeting with the governor of Anbar Suhaib al-Rawi, according to a statement by his office that the defeat of the IS terrorist organization in Anbar will lead to the near end and rid Iraq of wickedness", stressing that Ramadi is under control.
All sorts of wickedness has been perpetrated in the name of religion and it has given God a bad name.
Her account of surviving the murder of a loved one inspired an exploration of related topics such as wickedness, revenge, wrongdoing, betrayal, regret, and forgiveness; hence the other reviews here of : Wickedness: A Philosophical Essay by moral philosopher Mary Midgley, which includes analysis of existential thinking on this topic; another individual story in How to survive the Titanic, or, The sinking of J.
A woman who murdered five members of a family, including three young children, in a fire described as "an act of exceptional wickedness" was jailed for at least 30 years yesterday.
Jones said that Biblical plagues were contagious diseases that were caused by changes in people's lifestyles as the first cities sprang up and Noah's flood was not God's response to human wickedness but was more likely due to the end of the Ice Age.
A MAN who subjected children to "gross acts of deviant wickedness" spanning a period of 36 years was jailed for nine years yesterday.
Canadian organizers of the "Occupy" movement ramp up efforts to rally "against spiritual wickedness in high places" during a global day of action Saturday that has the backing of at least a couple of major unions, and has put police on alert.
Let sinners become whole, and let wickedness be no more.
But the substance of the book is that there is a distinction between evil and wickedness which is 'more than an intellectual quibble', and more to both than the mere inappropriate behaviour sometimes reproved and always explained by social workers and other disciples of Rousseau.