Synonyms for blasphemers or Related words with blasphemers

sodomites              blaspheming              impious              blasphemer              profaning              ungodly              profanation              unrighteous              pharmakos              adulterers              blasphemed              reprobate              piously              impenitent              cabalists              sacrilegious              blasphemies              fornicators              magian              divinitie              malediction              unbelieving              dispraise              alexamenos              rejoiceth              idolaters              enormities              sraosha              oholah              sacrileges              heathenish              crucifying              impiety              drunkards              korbanot              antichrists              nerull              archgoat              blaspheme              lasciviousness              scourging              sodomite              whoso              lamentabili              cutud              herem              skoptsy              tzadikim              monotheist              lukewarmness             



Examples of "blasphemers"
He is portrayed among other writers in "The Blasphemers' Banquet" (1989).
The most common punishment for blasphemers was capital punishment through hanging or stoning, justified by the words of .
In March 1654 a list of some thirty ‘Grand Blasphemers and Blasphemies’ was submitted to the Committee for Religion, which included:
In a 17th-century law code for the Puritan colony of New Haven, Connecticut, blasphemers, homosexuals and masturbators were eligible for the death penalty.
There are a number of surah in Qur'an relating to blasphemy, from which Quranic verses 5:33 and 33:57-61 have been most commonly used in Islamic history to justify and punish blasphemers. For example,
During the 25th Session of the Human Rights council El Ghazzali criticised the fact that several states in which convicted ‘blasphemers’ are currently in jail are also current members of the Human Rights Council.
The prosecution of masturbation has varied at different times, from virtually unlimited acceptance to complete illegality. In a 17th-century law code for the Puritan colony of New Haven, Connecticut "blasphemers, homosexuals and masturbators" were eligible for the death penalty.
3 May 2015, the leader of Al-Qaeda in the Indian Subcontinent (AQIS) claimed responsibility for the murder of Roy and the deaths of other "blasphemers" in Bangladesh in a report published by SITE intelligence group.
Blasphemers' Maledictions is the fifith studio album by Polish death metal band Azarath. It was released on June 29, 2011 by Witching Hour Productions. The album was recorded between January, February and April 2011 at Hertz Studio in Białystok, Poland, and was produced by Zbigniew "Inferno" Promiński, Sławomir Wiesławski and Wojciech Wiesławski.
Foucault contends that at the dawn of the age of reason, in the mid-seventeenth century, the rational response to the mad, who until then had been consigned to society's margins, was to separate them completely from society by confining them, along with prostitutes, vagrants, blasphemers and the like, in newly created institutions all over Europe – a process he calls "the Great Confinement."
Punished within Dis are those whose lives were marked by active (rather than passive) sins are heretics, murderers, suicides, blasphemers, usurers, sodomites, panderers, seducers, flatterers, Simoniacs, false prophets, barrators, hypocrites, thieves, fradulent advisors, sowers of discord, falsifiers, and traitors. Sinners unable to control their passions offend God less than these, whose lives were driven by "malizia" ("malice, wicked intent"):
Five scenes from his life were painted in the early 16th century by the Florentine Andrea del Sarto: ""His Charity to a Leper,"" ""The Smiting of the Blasphemers,"" ""The Cure of the Woman Possessed with a Devil,"" ""The Resurrection of Two Children near the Tomb of the Saint,"" and ""The Veneration of his Relics.""
Around the 1230s, Rabbi Meir ben Simon of Narbonne wrote an epistle (included in his "Milḥemet Mitzvah") against his contemporaries, the early Kabbalists, characterizing them as blasphemers who even approach heresy. He particularly singled out the Sefer Bahir, rejecting the attribution of its authorship to the "tanna" R. Neḥunya ben ha-Kanah and describing some of its content as truly heretical.
His legal history books include histories of criminal justice and the abolition of capital punishment. He has also written about voting in Britain (with Brian Block.) and he was nominated for the Orwell Prize in 2013 for “Dissenters, Radicals, Heretics and Blasphemers.”
The Blasphemers' Banquet is a film-poem created in 1989 by English poet and playwright Tony Harrison which examines censorship arising from religious issues. It was created in part as a response to the Salman Rushdie controversy surrounding his publication of "The Satanic Verses". It was aired by the BBC 1 programme "Byline" on 31 July 1989.
Dante places Latini within the third ring of the Seventh Circle, the Circle of the Violent, with the blasphemers, suicides, profligates and sodomites, and writes of the "clerks and great and famous scholars, defiled in the world by one and the same sin".
Where blasphemy is banned, it can be either some laws which directly punish religious blasphemy, or some laws that allow those who are offended by blasphemy to punish blasphemers. Those laws may condone penalties or retaliation for blasphemy under the labels of blasphemous libel, expression of opposition, or "vilification," of religion or of some religious practices, religious insult, or hate speech.
In early 2014, Tristan Emmanuel worked with Freedom Press to make a video heavily criticizing comedian Bill Maher on his show for calling God "a psychotic genocidal mass murderer" when discussing the Genesis flood. Emmanuel in the video advocates reenacting legislation based on the Blasphemy Act of 1697 in order to "hold blasphemers accountable" as he expresses his view that the United States is built on Biblical authority and that "a day of reckoning" will cause God to condemn the nation. Many internet users have criticized Emanuel for his dismissal of the First Amendment to the United States Constitution in favor of blasphemy laws, and his immorality of advocating acts such as imprisonment and flogging against blasphemers. Users have also pointed out the fact that the blasphemy act Emmanuel draws from was in establishment while the thirteen colonies where still under British control.
Harrison introduces the places where his guests are expected to sit on "mirrored cushions" and also narrates the historical events surrounding each of the "blasphemers" using background imagery of political and religious events and demonstrations. Harrison also comments that blasphemy has historically been a function of time, mentioning that, in the past, Voltaire had been condemned by the French government but his works are now considered classics.
In his catechism (entitled "Explanation of the Apostles' Creed") (1533), Erasmus took a stand against Luther's teaching by asserting the unwritten Sacred Tradition as just as valid a source of revelation as the Bible, by enumerating the Deuterocanonical books in the canon of the Bible and by acknowledging seven sacraments. He called "blasphemers" anyone who questioned the perpetual virginity of Mary. However, he supported lay access to the Bible.