Is there a sin for which there is no time to repent? Is there a sin too big for God's grace? This article is about the sin against the Holy Spirit.
What is the unpardonable sin? This article explains.
The charismatic movement and the Pentecostal movement claim that the spiritual gifts of speaking in tongues, prophecy, and healing are for the church today. Is this true? This article examines the origin of these movements and their claims. It also discusses the meaning of sinning against the Holy Spirit.
Many Christians wrestle with the question of whether they have blasphemed against the Holy Spirit. It is understood to be the unpardonable sin (see Matthew 12:32; Mark 3:29; Luke 12:10; Hebrews 6:4–5; Hebrews 10:26). The author proceeds to look at what has been said about this sin in past times and also in the present.
What does blasphemy against the Holy Spirit mean? This article defines the meaning of blasphemy against the Spirit and the characteristics of this sin, making it clear that this sin cannot be committed by a child of God. This sin is labeled as an unforgivable sin because of God's justice. However, God protects believers against committing this sin. All other sins can be forgiven by God.