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Immortification
Immortification Im*mor`ti*fi*ca"tion, n. Failure to mortify the passions. [R.] --Jer. Taylor.

Meaning of Mortification from wikipedia

- Mortification can refer to: Mortification (theology), theological doctrine Mortification of the flesh, religious practice of corporal mortification Mortification...
- Mortification of the flesh is an act by which an individual or group s****s to mortify, or put to death, their sinful nature, as a part of the process...
- Mortification is an Australian Christian extreme metal band which was formed in 1987 as a heavy metal group, Lightforce, by mainstay Steve Rowe on b****...
- Narcissistic mortification is "the primitive terror of self dissolution, triggered by the sudden exposure of one's sense of a defective self ... it is...
- The Roman Catholic Church has often held mortification of the flesh (literally, "putting the flesh to death"), as a worthy spiritual discipline. The practice...
- Roman Catholics, among others) in the spiritual discipline known as mortification of the flesh. Many disciplines contain seven cords, symbolizing the...
- Mortification refers in Christian theology to the subjective experience of Sanctification, the objective work of God between justification and glorification...
- asceticism", in contrast, covers practices that go further, and involves body mortification, punishing one's own flesh, and habitual self-infliction of pain, such...
- multi-thong type, used to inflict severe corporal punishment or self-mortification. It is usually made of leather. The word is most commonly considered...
- Catholics to practice one area of mortification, beneficence to the needy, instead of corporal mortification. Mortification has had a long history within...
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