eternal damnation

  1. the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell
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How To Use eternal damnation In A Sentence

  • There are no Gods, no grand plans, no celestial architects, no blissful after-lives and no eternal damnation.
  • When his curse became too much of a burden he attempted suicide; a mortal sin that has condemned him to eternal damnation.
  • But to the Puritans who had forsworn themselves to being in league with Satan, this false self-testimony meant eternal damnation. Kathleen Kent - An interview with author
  • Even the most extreme threat of eternal damnation in hell does not deter them from committing mortal sins.
  • Most other religions say that non-believers are condemned to eternal damnation.
  • Harvey Keitel plays Charlie, the wiseguy dandy, a Catholic uneasily preoccupied by eternal damnation, but employed as a novice enforcer by his Uncle, a capo from the old country.
  • It was sin, punishable by eternal damnation to hell.
  • Know, my son, and make all others know, that it is a probable and proximate sign of eternal damnation to have an aversion, a lukewarmness, or a negligence in saying the Angelical Salutation, which has repaired the whole world. Archive 2009-06-14
  • The rejection of the idea of God sitting on a cloud deciding who gets eternal bliss and who gets eternal damnation is a good thing. Can a Godless Society be a "Good" Society? » E-Mail
  • At this time, believers and unbelievers would be judged and assigned to either eternal bliss or eternal damnation.
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