Many. All those r right but Matt 12 : 31-32. But people really don't know the meaning of this. It is on Romans 1:22- professing to be wise but they became fools. knowing God n not honoring Him as God. this is the issue. n god give them n so toward end of the chapter 1. When God is calling n calling n they reject his calling than God give them the heart of there choices. this is blasphemy of the Spirit N this can cause some issues. But God gives the heart to find Him. It is God all the way Jesus Christ that is.
God is a forgiving God! The problem is we ourselves are the ones who get in the way! Knowing God forgives me isn't gonna free me from my sin until I do! Thank God for freeing you and then repent always be grateful for Gods love in freeing you! Thank you
The only unpardonable sin today is that of continued unbelief. There is no pardon for a person who dies in unbelief. John 3:16 tells us, "For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life." The only condition in which someone would have no forgiveness is if he/she is not among the "whoever" that believes in Him. Jesus said, "I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me" (John 14:6). To reject the only means of salvation is to condemn oneself to an eternity in hell because to reject the only pardon is, obviously, unpardonable. Read more: http://www.gotquestions.org/unpardonable-sin.html#ixzz2M87qyI1L
I believe the denial of the existence of god is unforgivable. But this would not make sense, since god is a supreme being thus what would he/she care whether you believed or not. I would think that murder or torture would be unforgivable but apparently god is more concerned about himself than about humanity. If you are an unbeliever, what would you care what god thinks anyway? The whole thing is convoluted.
The only unforgivable sin is against the Holy Spirit (Mt 12:31; Mk 3:29; Lk 12:10). This is the sin of final impenitence, which is unbelief: the refusal to repent and accept God's grace. The Pharisees sinned against the Holy Spirit by refusing repentance, and thus could not be forgiven.