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Jesus Accused of Blasphemy Jesus is accused of blasphemy by his Jewish opponents and narrowly escapes stoning Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Christoph Weigel The Blasphemer This early 19th century painting by William Blake references Leviticus 24:16, depicting the son of an Israelite woman being stoned for blasphemy. Resource type: Image | Source: tate.org.uk | Author: William Blake Jesus Accused of Blasphemy In this woodcut by Christoffel van Sichem II, Jesus is accused of blasphemy by his Jewish opponents and narrowly escapes stoning, as told in John 10. God also looks on from above. Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Christoffel van Sichem II Jesus Heals a Paralytic Jesus heals the paralytic, forgiving his sins. The Pharisees accuse Jesus of blasphemy Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Christoph Weigel Jesus Threatened with Stoning Jesus is nearly stoned by the Pharisees in the temple for blasphemy. Engraving by Martin Bernigeroth (1670-1733) after the design of Samuel Bottschild (1641-1707) Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Jesus Heals a Paralytic Jesus heals a paralytic who is brought to him; while the scribes accuse him of blasphemy because he claims the ability to forgive sins Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther The Great Refusal Despite the variety of interpretations of what is the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, one thing seems quite clear: blasphemy against the Spirit is a radical resistance to grace and redemption Resource type: Commentary/Exegesis | Source: The Sunday Website | Author: John Kavanaugh, SJ Jesus Before Sanhedrin The High Priest rips his clothes at the blasphemy of Jesus, as he is tried before the Sanhedrin Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Phelipe Scio de San Miguel When Someone Ticks You Off This devotion on John 10:33 challenges us to be diligent about examining ourselves by looking honestly at our own blasphemy before looking at (and judging) the blasphemy of others. Resource type: Devotional | Source: Day1 | Author: Anthony Robinson Full Text Hymns on Blasphemy The Saints Safety and Hope in evil Times; or, Sins of the Tongue complained of, viz. Blasphemy, Falshood, etc.PD
Complaint of a general Corruption of Manners; or, The Promise and Signs of CHRIST's coming to JudgmentPD
Awake, our souls, away, our fearsPD
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Blasphemer Stoned The son of Shelomith is stoned for blasphemy as an illustration of the violation of the second commandment: "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain" Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther Communion Skyped from Tehran Would it be blasphemy, or breakthrough, to Skype communion? Resource type: Article | Source: Faith and Leadership | Author: Lisa Hickman The Blasphemy of Predestination John Wesley maintains that the doctrine of predestination represents Jesus as a hypocrite and a deceiver, and thus is blasphemous - illustrating Acts 15:11, 1 Timothy 1:4, Romans 3:24, and similar passages. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: John Wesley Blasphemer Stoned The son of Shelomith is stoned for blasphemy as an illustration of the violation of the second commandment: "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain" Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Samuel Wesley The Stoning of Stephen This sixteenth-century woodcut depicts Acts 7, where the Jews stone Stephen for blasphemy, making him the first martyr. Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Martin Luther No Church Without Christ In this sermon illustration relating to themes of hypocrisy and the church, G. Campbell Morgan argues that if the Church is not revealing the Person of Christ, it becomes a blasphemy and a fraud. Resource type: Sermon Illustration | Source: Preaching Today | Author: G. Campbell Morgan Blasphemer Stoned The son of Shelomith is stoned for blasphemy as an illustration of the violation of the second commandment: "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain." Illustration by Pierre Eskrich (ca.... Resource type: Image | Source: Pitts Theology Library Digital Image Archive | Author: Pierre Eskrich
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