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  • Backsliding - Wikipedia

    Backsliding, also known as falling away or committing apostasy, is a term used within Christianity to describe a process by which an individual who has converted to ...

  • Backsliding - definition of backsliding by The Free Dictionary

    Chiefs, who announced themselves Christians and were welcomed into the body of the chapel, had a distressing habit of backsliding in order to partake of the flesh of ...

  • Backslide | Definition of Backslide by Merriam-Webster

    Recent Examples on the Web. And for the first time since 1979, the same number of countries (24 in total) are backsliding on democracy as are advancing.

  • 25 Important Bible Verses About Backsliding

    Bible verses about backsliding Throughout the Bible we see time and time again where God's own people turn their backs on Him. Some of you reading this don't

  • Backsliding - Bible Study and Christian Teaching on the ...

    Why Christians backslide. A comprehensive backsliding Bible study and Christian teaching on what is backsliding and the definition of a prodigal son is just one of ...

  • Four Types Of Backsliders | cfcindia, Bangalore

    The Bible says that one of the signs of the end-times will be a great apostasy (falling away from the faith) (2 Thess.2:3). Backsliding has become a very common ...

  • Is a backsliding Christian still saved? -

    Is a backsliding / backslidden Christian still saved? How far can a true Christian backslide?

  • Blog Post - Backsliding

    My early months as a Christian were a joyous feast of fellowship. There was nothing I loved more than to be with my new brothers and sisters in Christ. Every believer ...

  • The Backslider in Heart Backsliding: A Study in the Scriptures

    Bible study outline on backsliding. By Diane Dew.

  • Backslide | Define Backslide at

    an act or instance of backsliding: a backslide from his early training. Show More. Origin of backslide. First recorded in 1575–85; back 2 + slide.

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