damnedigaeth, ddamnedigaeth, damnedigaethau, ddamnedigaethau, namnedigaeth, namnedigaethau
Noun(1) the act of damning(2) the state of being condemned to eternal punishment in Hell
(1) The prospect of eternal damnation provides a subconscious deterrent; religious taboos against violence conditions our minds.(2) Concepts of fire and damnation have given way to more sanguine personal exhortations to love, service, and devotion.(3) Most other religions say that non-believers are condemned to eternal damnation .(4) When his curse became too much of a burden he attempted suicide; a mortal sin that has condemned him to eternal damnation .(5) The Faith is the way in which God saves souls from eternal damnation and to eternal happiness.(6) While discussions of parent's failure in their up-bringing can cause a family rift, the meetings are also awash with threats of eternal damnation and hell.(7) Then the soul is sent either to heaven to enjoy the fruits of a decent life or condemned to eternal hell and damnation forever.(8) Even the most extreme threat of eternal damnation in hell which Christianity preaches does not deter their believers from committing mortal sins.(9) If you can convince them though that by their actions they've risked eternal damnation , that's another matter.(10) Half the day he could be heard barking threats of punishment and eternal damnation .(11) He was in hell, surely, eternal damnation and punishment and it would never ever end├ö├ç┬¬(12) He thinks non-Catholics, including his own wife, are bound for hell and damnation .(13) It teaches that there is no eternal hell or damnation and every soul has the capacity to realize the Truth.(14) It was sin, punishable by eternal damnation to hell.(15) A despicable villain tempts a sinner and lures him into sin, alienation, and damnation .(16) I have always believed Alexander Graham Bell resides in a low corner of hell, serving eternal damnation for inventing the telephone.
(1) eternal damnation :: damnedigaeth tragwyddol
1. eternal damnation ::
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