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L'apostasie (du grec ancien ἀπόστασις (apostasis), se tenir loin de) est l'attitude d'une personne, appelée un apostat, qui renonce publiquement à une doctrine ou une religion.

Cinéma et télévision

  • Apostasy (Hakai) est un film japonais réalisé par Keisuke Kinoshita en 1948.
  • Apostasy est un film australien réalisé par Zbigniew Friedrich en 1979.
  • Apostasy est un film américain réalisé par Andrew Bellware en 1998.


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  • Apostasy — (IPA: /əˈpɒstəsi/) is the formal religious disaffiliation or abandonment or renunciation of one s religion, especially if the motive is deemed unworthy. In a technical sense, as used sometimes by sociologists without the pejorative connotations… …   Wikipedia

  • APOSTASY — APOSTASY, term applied by members of the deserted faith for the change of one faith, set of loyalties, and worship for another. The conception of apostasy could not arise in the atmosphere of polytheism practiced in antiquity before the advent of …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Apostasy — • The word itself in its etymological sense, signifies the desertion of a post, the giving up of a state of life; he who voluntarily embraces a definite state of life cannot leave it, therefore, without becoming an apostate Catholic Encyclopedia …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Apostasy — A*pos ta*sy, n.; pl. {Apostasies}. [OE. apostasie, F. apostasie, L. apostasia, fr. Gr. ? a standing off from, a defection, fr. ? to stand off, revolt; ? from + ? to stand. See {Off} and {Stand}.] An abandonment of what one has voluntarily… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • apostasy — index abandonment (desertion), bad faith, blasphemy, desertion, disloyalty, dissent (difference of opinion) …   Law dictionary

  • apostasy — (n.) late 14c., renunciation, abandonment or neglect of established religion, from L. apostasia, from later Gk. apostasia, from apostasis revolt, defection, lit. a standing off (see APOSTATE (Cf. apostate)). General (non religious) sense is… …   Etymology dictionary

  • apostasy — desertion, *defection …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • apostasy — ► NOUN ▪ abandonment of a belief or principle. ORIGIN Greek apostasis desertion …   English terms dictionary

  • apostasy — [ə päs′tə sē] n. pl. apostasies [ME apostasie < LL(Ec) apostasia < Gr apo , away + stasis, a standing: see STASIS] an abandoning of what one has believed in, as a faith, cause, or principles …   English World dictionary

  • apostasy — /euh pos teuh see/, n., pl. apostasies. a total desertion of or departure from one s religion, principles, party, cause, etc. [1350 1400; ME apostasye ( < AF) < LL apostasia < Gk: a standing away, withdrawing, equiv. to apóstas(is) (apo APO + sta …   Universalium

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