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mam·mon

[ˈmamən] ✕ Play

Mammon (noun)

  - wealth regarded as an evil influence or false object of worship and devotion. It was taken by medieval writers as the name of the devil of covetousness, and revived in this sense by Milton:


Synonyms

affluence, prosperity, opulence, riches, means, substance, luxury, plenty, Mammon, money,

"Mammon" Example Sentences

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Godly Church or a School of mammon?

HOUSTON (CN) - A defunct Christian college is soliciting donations with false claims the school is affiliated with the Church of God and will reopen, the National Association of the Church of God ...

2

mammon is the new god - Richard England

“Do not let selfish men or greedy interests skim your country of its beauty,” Theodore Roosevelt once said. Regrettably, it seems that our country has done exactly that. The fires of monetary ...

3

When Johann Sebastian Bach stood up to mammon

Many wealthy Christians like to skip over the passage’s closing line: “No servant can serve two masters … Ye cannot serve God and mammon.” Not so our Bach, who musically depicted this dictum with ...

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Of temples to beauty… and mammon - John J. Schranz

Seeing the beauty of Jerusalem’s Temple, the house of God, vilified by sellers and moneylenders, Christ took a line of action he had never taken before, nor would he take it again after that ...

5

The people versus mammon: worker-owners cooperatives in the US

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Some claim that American culture is so deeply enchanted by capitalism that alternatives are impossible. But pioneers across the United States are investing in a different economy that reflects ...

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mammon in Malmö, by Torquil MacLeod, part two: He was instantly gripped by​ ​a wave of reali​s​ation and fear - Edinburgh News

mammon in Malmö, by Torquil MacLeod, part two: He was instantly gripped by​ ​a wave of reali​s​ation and fear  Edinburgh News

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Nordic Box Office in 2021: ‘No Time to Die” Keeps Screens Alive

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The top Norwegian grosser was “Three Wishes for Cinderella,” a modern take on the fairy tale marking the feature debut of seasoned TV drama director Cecilie Mosli (“Grey’s Anatomy”, “mammon”). The ...

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Beginning of end of Sidhu's political career?

mammon invariably trumps god these days, especially in the political world. Lure of power and pelf proves too much to resist for the sake of old-fashioned loyalty. Yes, the Congress has gone to ...

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Sixty years ago I was in no hurry to ‘fight the Russians’

Ireland, the isle of saints and scholars, has been replaced by the isle of the devious and mammon-serving. JT Hardy asks if a supporter of abortion can feel comfortable when they view the detail ...

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If only you can wait

When I read stories of Nigerian young men and women pushing and striving to hit the big league and goldmine in the oil-field of plenteous mammon as quickly as possible, I just wish they knew better.

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Sowore predicts imminent collapse of APC, PDP, set to declare presidential ambition

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I will ask you questions: Where have you been? Have you been serving the political mammon because I know if you were, you are going to betray us down the line. Sowore, who in 2019 was a presidential ...

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