An abandonment of just what one has voluntarily professed an overall total desertion of deviation from ones faith maxims or celebration esp the renunciation of a religious belief as Julians apostasy from Christianity
- hawaii of having refused your religious opinions or your governmental party or an underlying cause (usually and only opposing values or reasons)
- the work of leaving a party for cause
- An abandonment of exactly what one has voluntarily professed; a total desertion of departure from's faith, axioms, or celebration; esp., the renunciation of a religious faith; as, Julian's apostasy from Christianity.
The action of leaving a celebration or getting treated through the aftereffect of a religion virus, or a similar form of brainwashing.See in addition apostate
belated 14c., "renunciation, abandonment or neglect of well-known faith," from Latin apostasia, from later on Greek apostasia, from apostasis "revolt, defection," literally "a standing off" (see apostate). General (non-religious) sense is attested from 1570s.
(n.) An abandonment of exactly what you've got voluntarily professed; a total desertion of departure from a single's trust, concepts, or celebration; esp., the renunciation of a religious belief; as, Julian's apostasy from Christianity.
The exiles: as patriot and ethical teacher he deplored alike the political blindness of the Jerusalem government (King Zedekiah revolted in 588) and the immorality and religious superficiality and apostasy of the people.