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In Christian hamartiology, eternal sins, unforgivable sins, or unpardonable sins are sins which will not be forgiven by God. One eternal or unforgivable sin is specified in several passages of the synoptic gospels. Mark 3:28-29, Matthew 12: 31-32, and Luke 12:10 state that there is one sin considered eternal and that is ...


Answer: The unpardonable/unforgivable sin or “blasphemy of the Holy Spirit” is mentioned in Mark 3:22–30 and Matthew 12:22–32. Jesus said, “Truly I tell you, people can be forgiven all their sins and every slander they utter” (Mark 3:28), but then He gives one exception: “Whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will ...


Many Christians have heard that there is an unpardonable sin and live in dread that something grave they have done before or after conversion might be that sin. Their fears are unfounded. While there is an unforgivable sin, it is not one that a true believer in Jesus Christ can commit. The one sin which God cannot forgive is  ...


Jun 21, 2013 ... The blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is called the “unpardonable sin,” a sin that will never be forgiven. The very possibility of even committing it often haunts many Christians. Indeed, as an insecure high school sophomore I once thought that I had committed the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit—and I became ...


Unpardonable Sin - What is this unforgivable act? Can I commit it? What if I already have? Will God forgive me?


Jan 6, 2012 ... I cannot tell you how many times in my teaching career very distraught Christians have come to me to ask about the unpardonable sin and whether they might have committed it. I suspect most believers have asked themselves whether they have done something unforgivable. It is not surprising that many ...


How can you know if you have committed the unforgivable sin? Does the Bible identify one unpardonable sin or are there many?


Jun 1, 2015 ... If anything might be “unpardonable,” we might assume it would be Saul's murderous persecutions of the early church. 4. Turn now to Matthew 12. Here the Lord Jesus Christ Himself tells us in Matthew 12:31-32 that the unpardonable sin is a specific blasphemy against the Holy Spirit: Fill in the key words:.


Many people of misunderstood the biblical reference to an eternally unpardoned sin in Matthew 12 and Mark 3. This article provides the clear answer, and also explains how and why sin becomes unforgivable, and whether a Christian can commit such a sin?