excommunication

['ɛkskə,mjʊnə'keʃən]
  • n. 逐出教会
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excommunication (n.)
mid-15c., from Late Latin excommunicationem (nominative excommunicatio), noun of action from past participle stem of excommunicare "put out of the community," in Church Latin "to expel from communion," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + communicare, from communis "common" (see common).
1. If you make it an excommunication matter, I have nothing more to say, of course.
如果你动不动就开除教籍什么的, 我当然就不再说什么了.

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2. Excommunication from the church, therefore, was not the final penalty.
故此, 被开除出教会, 并不是最后的惩罚.

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3. Excommunication – Spirit putting men to death.
开除会藉﹕圣灵甚至治死人.

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4. This verse seems follow on the excommunication of the blind man Christ had just healed.
基督说这句话,是在祂治好一个瞎子之后,法赛人却把瞎子赶走.

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5. Or shun his requests and risk facing his fearsome Inquisitors or even excommunication?
或者冒着被宗教法官审判或是开除出教会的危险对他阳奉阴违?

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