Antinomianism Definition

ăntĭ-nōmē-ə-nĭzəm
noun
The doctrine or belief that the Gospel frees Christians from required obedience to any law, whether scriptural, civil, or moral, and that salvation is attained solely through faith and the gift of divine grace.
American Heritage
The belief that moral laws are relative in meaning and application as opposed to fixed or universal.
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(Christianity) A religious movement which believes that only the spiritual 'law of Faith' (Romans 3:27) is essential for salvation; and which is 'against' all other practical 'laws' being taught as being essential for salvation; and referring to them as legalism.

Wiktionary

(Judaism) Opposition to the Torah.

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Other Word Forms of Antinomianism

Noun

Singular:
antinomianism
Plural:
antinomianisms

Origin of Antinomianism

  • From antinomian +"Ž -ism, coined by Martin Luther, notably used in his Against the Antinomians (1539).

    From Wiktionary

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