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Wrath is generally seen in western culture as a rage induce fury in which the aggressor takes out his/her “wrath” on the person that has done the wrong. Wrath is often seen as a retributory punishment for an offense. That’s not only the dictionary definition, but it’s also how we commonly think about the word.What does the word wrath mean?
The common definition of the word wrath is as follows (2): Wrath (noun): extreme anger (chiefly used for humorous or rhetorical effect). Origin: Old English wrǣththu, from wrāth (see wroth). This common definition describes how most people use the word wrath today, but the Bible does not use it for a “humorous or rhetorical effect.”.What does the Bible say about Wrath?
This article is part of the What Does the Bible Say? series. In a Nutshell — The incarnation means that God’s Son, who was a Spirit and never had a body, took on a human body and life just like ours. Summary — When God first created humanity, he gave them a law to obey. If they obeyed it, they would know eternal blessing.