Noun(1) the worship of idols; the worship of physical objects or images as gods
(1) Christians are accustomed to distinguish the worship of false gods - that is, idolatry - from the worship of the true God.(2) Sikhism was founded in the Punjab region in South Asia in the early sixteenth century and is a monotheistic religion that rejects idolatry and divisions in society.(3) He preached the worship of the One Supreme Being, deprecating idolatry and superstitious beliefs and observances.(4) To address a creature as the ‘All Holy One’ is consummate blasphemy and idolatry .(5) Women, especially, but men too, are often tempted by a kind of self-immolating romance that is much closer to idolatry than to real love.(6) We are commanded against idolatry precisely because idolatry is the freezing of God in a static image, a violation of the imagination, a limiting of possibility.(7) The sin of idolatry may lie less in the actual action of worshipping a foreign god than in the denial of the universals that such worship implies.(8) During the vulnerability of adolescence, a young music fan's love for a musician can quickly transpire into idolatry .(9) I've been immersed in Russian literature, music, film and even painting since my teens; and I admire the Russian theatre only this side of idolatry .(10) we must not allow our idolatry of art to obscure issues of political significance(11) Worship in truth is the antidote to idolatry , while worship in spirit is the antidote to hypocrisy.(12) In the eighteenth century the goal of mission was seen primarily as conversion from idolatry and religious perversion.(13) The second commandment also relates to the problem of idolatry and warns us against worship of the true God in a false way.(14) He worried that his older brother, whom he loved nearly unto the point of idolatry , would meet that same fate.(15) If the artist makes of his art the end of his life, his end becomes idolatry - as the quotation above from Baudelaire indicates.(16) They went against God and all His teachings, reverting to idolatry and worshipping a golden calf.
(1) idolatry :: الوثنية
3. fetishism ::
4. idol worship ::
5. adulation ::
6. adoration ::
7. reverence ::
8. veneration ::
11. hero-worshiping ::
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