Origin of antinomian
Related formsan·ti·no·mi·an·ism, noun
Examples from the Web for antinomian
Success in our politics often requires a voracious, antinomian egotism, a sense that rules are for others.
The heresy was worse than Antinomian that would cavil at feelings allowed by common consent to be divinely delicious.Barren Honour: A Novel|George A. Lawrence
They call themselves "Anti-means Baptists" from their Antinomian tenets.The Hoosier Schoolmaster|Edward Eggleston
It was an antinomian movement in which the authority of the Jewish law was held to be superseded by personal freedom.
It contained, mixed up with a great variety of useful remarks, a number of anti-scriptural and antinomian passages.
The express declaration of these antinomian principles is said to have been given by Epiphanes.