Definition of Hamartias
1. hamartia [n] - See also: hamartia
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Literary usage of Hamartias
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1. Universalism Asserted: As the Hope of the Gospel on the Authority of Reason by Thomas Allin (1905)
"On the death of Christ, " all iniquity stopped its mouth, and the rule of death was destroyed, all sin (tes hamartias, sin generally) having been taken away ..."
2. The Real Christian by Simon Peter Jacobs (1899)
""God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh \sarkos hamartias, of flesh of sin] and for [on account of] sin, condemned the sin in the flesh ..."
3. Universalism Asserted: On the Authority of Reason, the Fathers, and Holy by Thomas Allin (1888)
"On the death of CHRIST, " all iniquity stopped its mouth, all sin (tea. hamartias, sin generally) having been taken away, . . so, then, the sin of all ..."
4. The Whole Works of the Late Reverend and Learned Mr. Thomas Boston, Minister by Thomas Boston (1849)
"... but the words in the original plainly refer it to the law, to nomo tes hamartias to onti, holding forth the power and efficacy of original sin, ..."
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