When, in the name of God, he resists education and science, he blasphemes.
I prefer the atheist who blasphemes to the sceptic who cavils.
She looked at me as one would look at an ignorant child who blasphemes.
By leaving it to the Christian to say it is given by "inspiration" of God, it is he who blasphemes.
When, in the name of God, he opposes freedom of thought and liberty of conscience, he blasphemes.
See, I have brought you one or two to look at, to show you how even Martin Luther contradicts himself and blasphemes.
So he preaches, but he blasphemes, saying, 'I came forth from God.'
Movement is all very well, but this little canvas howls, yells, and blasphemes!
Go into that hall of revelry, where ungodly mirth staggers and blasphemes.
If she swears, they call her a perjurer; if she weeps, they say that she is acting; and that she blasphemes when she calls on God.
mid-14c., from Old French blasfemer "to blaspheme" (14c., Modern French blasphémer), from Church Latin blasphemare (also in Late Latin "revile, reproach"), from Greek blasphemein "to speak lightly or amiss of sacred things, to slander," from blasphemos "evil-speaking" (see blasphemy). A reintroduction after the original word had been worn down and sense-shifted to blame. Related: Blasphemed; blaspheming.