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Adikia: In Greek mythology, Adikia is the goddess and personification of injustice. She is a hideous figure who is depicted being throttled by Dike, the goddess of justice, on the Cypselus Chest.

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Google previewIn Praise of Nothing (2010)

An Exploration of Daoist Fundamental Ontology by Ellen M. Chen

This crime or adikia is a crime ...

Google previewI, II, III John (1986)

by Robert Kysar

and hence any adikia is an offense against God. The verse guards against any interpretation which would conclude that human injustice can be taken lightly, even though there is a deadly quality to that which denies ...

Google previewTheological Dictionary of the New Testament (1985)

Abridged in One Volume by Gerhard Kittel, Gerhard Friedrich, Geoffrey W. Bromiley

adikia ...

Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1995)

by Geoffrey W. Bromiley

adikia by "wickedness" seven times and by " wicked" once. The AV never translates adikia by these terms but commonly uses "unrighteousness" — an appropriate translation (in old English, at least), since adikia ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Heidegger's Philosophy (2010)

by Frank Schalow, Alfred Denker

Adikia denotes literally the privation of dike. Entities proceed out of concealment to reveal themselves in unconcealment before retuming to concealment. This intermingling of revealment and concealment is the presencing of entities: a ...

Google previewThe Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1 (2010)

Revised Full-Color Edition by Merrill C. Tenney

and wickedness (adikia G94 ). C. H. Dodd regards “the wrath of God” not as “the attitude of God to man, but an inevitable process of cause and effect in a moral universe” (The Epistle of Paul ...

Google previewThe New Unger's Bible Dictionary (2009)

by Merrill F. Unger

Thus adikia, rendered “unrighteousness,” “iniquity,” “iniquities,” “unrighteous,” “ wickedness” (and other similar terms) in the NASB means that which is not just ( Acts 8:23; Heb. 8:12); anomia (Matt. 23:28, “iniquity,” KJV; “lawlessness,” NASB; ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Comparative Iconography (2013)

Themes Depicted in Works of Art by Helene E. Roberts

Defeating Adikia ( Injustice), vase painting, late sixth century B.C., Vienna, Austria, Kunsthistorisches Museum Buontalenti, Bernardo, Astrea (Justice), drawing, before 1608, ...

Google previewDictionary of Ancient Magic Words and Spells (2015)

From Abraxas to Zoar by Claude Lecouteux

Adikia means “injustice, the evil”; Myia, “the fly”; Pétoméné (flying) is sometimes read as Pseudoméné (liar); Morra is the nightmare; Petasia refers to the ability to fly; Pelagia refers to the place where the demon arrives (the sea); Apletou means ...

Google previewRoutledge Encyclopedia of Ancient Mediterranean Religions (2015)

by Eric Orlin

beating an ugly, tattooed Injustice (Adikia) .

Google previewDictionary of Gods and Goddesses (2009)

by Michael Jordan

Adikia Goddess of injustice. Greek. An ugly figure who is depicted on the Kypselos Chest being throttled by the goddess of justice DIKE. Adimurti (the primeval personification) Form or avatara of the god VISˇNU. Hindu (Epic and Puranic).

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