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deicide

(ˈdiːɪˌsaɪd)
n
1. the act of killing a god
2. a person who kills a god
[C17: from ecclesiastical Latin deicida, from Latin deus god; see -cide]
ˌdeiˈcidal adj

de•i•cide

(ˈdi əˌsaɪd)

n.
1. a person who kills a god.
2. the act of killing a god.
[1605–15; < New Latin deicīda, deicīdium= Latin dei- (comb. form of deus god) + -cīda,-cīdium -cide]
de`i•cid′al, adj.

deicide

1. the killing of a god.
2. the killer of a god. — deicidal, adj.
See also: God and Gods
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We have talked at this meeting about Nostra Aefate's repudiation of the infamous weighing down of the corporate Jewish community with the charge of deicide.
These irrational anti-Semitic tropes include the charge of deicide, the desecration of God's body (the host), the attempt to kill God's prophet (Muhammed), the ritual murder of Christian children to use their blood for baking Matzoh, the poisoning of wells and the Black Death, witchcraft, and conspiring to destroy Christendom and Islam.
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In the pivotal formulation of French historian Jules Isaac, the Christian "teaching of contempt" maintained that Judaism at the time of Jesus was a degenerate and soulless legalism, the dispersion of the Jews was divine punishment for their misdeeds, and that the Jews had killed Christ and thus committed deicide.
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