Results for: Indulgence

What is indulgence?

AN indulgence is a remission before God of the temporal punishment for sin the guilt of which is already forgiven, which a properly disposed member of the Christian faithful (MORE)

What is an indulgence?

An indulgence is the full or partial remission of temporal punishment due for sins which have already been forgiven. The indulgence is granted by the Catholic Church after the (MORE)

What were indulgences?

Indulgence was an aspect of the penitential system that allowed  full or partial remission as regards the punishment of sin. It was  applicable in Western medieval and the R (MORE)

What does indulgence mean?

To indulge is to immerse oneself in a specific activity or pleasure. Indulgence can be gratification (as in self-indulgence) or tolerance of others' indulgences. In Christia (MORE)

What does an indulgence do for you?

Indulgences tell you not to sin. More exactly An indulgence applies to Roman Catholic theology and is a complete or partial remission of punishment for sin. In the Middle Ag (MORE)
In Grammar

Is indulgences a noun?

Yes, it is a plural noun. The verb is indulge and the adjective  indulgent.
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What rhymes with indulgence?

these all rhyme with indulgence: absence | balance | brilliance | cadence | clearance / cogence | conscience | constance | credence | distance / dunce | essence | (MORE)

What is an indulgence in the Renaissance?

An indulgence was a piece of paper which an individual purchased. A given amount of money would purchase a certain amount of days that a person would not need to serve in Purg (MORE)
In Grammar

What are indulgences?

 the action or fact of indulging.  "indulgence in self-pity"      synonyms:  satisfaction, gratification, fulfillment,  satiation, appeasement; More     (MORE)