Comment: per·di·tion / pərˈdiSHən / Noun

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per·di·tion / pərˈdiSHən / Noun

per·di·tion / pərˈdiSHən / Noun: (in Christian theology)
A state of eternal punishment and damnation into which a sinful and unpenitent person (aka: legal fiction corporation) passes after death.

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