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Definition of Apostate
ApostateApostate A*pos"tate, n. [L. apostata, Gr. ?, fr. ?. See
1. One who has forsaken the faith, principles, or party, to
which he before adhered; esp., one who has forsaken his
religion for another; a pervert; a renegade.
2. (R. C. Ch.) One who, after having received sacred orders,
renounces his clerical profession.
Apostate A*pos"tate, a.
Pertaining to, or characterized by, apostasy; faithless to
moral allegiance; renegade.
So spake the apostate angel. --Milton.
A wretched and apostate state. --Steele.
Apostate A*pos"tate, v. i. [L. apostatare.]
To apostatize. [Obs.]
We are not of them which apostate from Christ. --Bp.
Meaning of Apostate from wikipedia
call themselves apostates
due to the term's negative
connotation. Many religious groups
and some states punish apostates
; this may be the official...
- severe punishment
. In contrast, legal historian
Wael Hallaq writes
that "nothing in the law governing apostates
and apostasy derives
****enism in its place, caused
him to be remembered
by the Christian
Church. A member
of the Constantinian
- An apostate
is one who renounces their
may also refer
to: The Apostate
(album), a 2016 musical release
- The Apostate
(Spanish: El apóstata) is a 2015 Uruguayan-Spanish drama
Veiroj, the plot follows
a man pursuing apostasy
selection, the selection
by predators consuming abundantly occurring
Apostasy, the formal renunciation
is a genus
of flowering plants
in the daisy
is only one known
to the Tubuai Islands
- ἀποστάτης, meaning
"rebellious" (Hebrew: מורד.) Equivalent expressions
that are used by rabbinical scholars include mumar
- Apostatic selection
is a form of negative
frequency-dependent selection. It describes
that are different
- 6–11). Apostates
the Lord by their
sins are completely
destro**** (Sim. 8.6:4). Another parable describes apostates
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