Wickedness, is generally considered a synonym for evil or sinfulness. Among theologians and philosophers, it has the more specific meaning of evil committed consciously and of free will.
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... The "history of wickedness" pervading the Old Testament convinced Paine that it was simply another set of human-authored myths ... he wrote, "people in general know not how much wickedness there is in this pretended word of God." Citing Numbers 3113–47 as an example, in which Moses orders the slaughter of thousands of boys and women, and ...
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... The sixth fragment of the primordial Kroni was Neesan, the epitome of wickedness ((Tamil neesa meaning "wickedness") ... as fragile as that of a bird, but he would unleash wickedness on people with arrogance ...
... Beyond the Darkest Veils of Inner Wickedness Demo album by Therion Released November 1989 Recorded 1989 Genre Death metal, death/doom Length 1757 Label Self-pub ...
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Famous quotes containing the word wickedness:
“Power corrupts the few, while weakness corrupts the many.... The resentment of the weak does not spring from any injustice done to them but from the sense of their inadequacy and impotence. They hate not wickedness but weakness. When it is in their power to do so, the weak destroy weakness wherever they see it.”
—Eric Hoffer (19021983)
“Our goodness comes solely from thinking on goodness; our wickedness from thinking on wickedness. We too are the victims of our own contemplation.”
—John Jay Chapman (18621933)
“If weakness may excuse,
What murtherer, what traitor, parricide,
Incestuous, sacrilegious, but may plead it?
All wickedness is weakness: that plea therefore
With God or man will gain thee no remission.”
—John Milton (16081674)