Apostasy [noun]

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Thy own wickedness shall reprove thee, and thy apostasy shall rebuke thee.

Have we not here one of the plainest admissions of the total apostasy of the so-called Christian church?

They were framed with malignant ingenuity, so as to leave no chance of escape save in open apostasy.

Michael, however, looked very doubtful over his demanded apostasy.

True, Cranmer came to himself; he perceived that he was mocked, and felt both grief and shame in view of his apostasy.

Up to this point Paul has been occupied with the doctrinal aspect of the apostasy of the Galatians.

It produced a false security, decline and apostasy; it hastened the impending judgments of God.

Faint with hunger from the long fasting and grieving at her son's apostasy, she falls sick and soon dies.

If he seduced our parent in innocency, is it incredible he should seduce her race in their apostasy?

The night is gone and Israel's glorious morning can never be darkened again by apostasy.