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antinomian

noun an·ti·no·mi·an \ˌan-ti-ˈnō-mē-ən\

Definition of ANTINOMIAN

1
:  one who holds that under the gospel dispensation of grace the moral law is of no use or obligation because faith alone is necessary to salvation
2
:  one who rejects a socially established morality
antinomian adjective
an·ti·no·mi·an·ism \-mē-ə-ˌni-zəm\ noun
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Origin of ANTINOMIAN

Medieval Latin antinomus, from Latin anti- + Greek nomos law
First Known Use: 1565

Other Religion (Eastern and Other) Terms

Zen, avatar, gnosticism, illuminati, ineffable, karma, koan, mantra

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