pharisaism[ far-uh-sey-iz-uh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF pharisaism
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It has been a terrible blow to the pharisaism of which I have just spoken.
There is at least no superiority in their outlook, no pharisaism.
I proceed now to the historical survey of the development of Pharisaism.
There was no latent or acquired taint of Pharisaism in his nature.
Pharisaism had fulfilled its mission for the world when it produced this man.
Pharisaism is simply an Imperialism of the spirit—joyless and domineering.
This was the truth which Pharisaism ignored; with what results all the world knows.
For Christy was the typical product of conventionality and pharisaism.
Justification, in Pharisaism as for St. Paul, means the verdict of acquittal.
Laugh at Pharisaism as you will, but speak simply and plainly to honest folk.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PHARISAISM
- bad faith
- false profession
- lip service