If you do a search on the Internet and look for the definition of the “unpardonable sin,” you will find many sites that will tell you what the phrase means. While it is useful to know what the phrase means if correctly defined, they often don’t say what is the root causes of the “unpardonable sin.” And if we don’t know what the root of the unpardonable sin is, we will continue to do the same thing – the unforgivable sin; believing that there is nothing wrong when we commit them.

But first, let me quote some words from the Scripture,   

      "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was
       God. 2 He was in the beginning with God. 3 All things came into being through 
       Him, and apart from Him nothing came into being that has come into being." 
       (John 1:1-3)

      “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and
       purify us from all unrighteousness.” (1 John 1:9).

      "Then Peter came to Jesus and asked, ‘Lord, how many times shall I forgive 
      my brother when he sins against me? Up to seven times?’ Jesus answered,
      ‘I tell you, not seven times, but seventy-seven times.’” (Matthew 18:21-22).

      "And so I tell you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the
        blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven. Anyone who speaks a word              

        against the Son of Man will be forgiven, but anyone who speaks against the
        Holy Spirit will not be forgiven, either in this age or in the age to come."
        (Matthew 12:31-32).

This last text seems somewhat ambiguous, and various Bible commentators interpret them differently. No one appears to agree on one standard definition.

My definition of the “unpardonable sin” is a sin that is committed by anyone with no possibility of repentance. Take Lucifer, for example. Satan committed a transgression that has zero possibility of repentance. Disobedient people who are in the habit of disobeying God’s words, e.g. the Ten Commandments also have zero possibility of repentance. Why, because they are stubborn and disobedient. They won't and can't change.They think that they know everything about the Bible, just like the Sadducees and Pharisees - those fake Torah scholars.They claim that they know everything about the Torah, but pick and choose only some portion of the Torah that they like, and ignore or discard the rest. Similarly, many Christians think that God's words are no longer valid today because they have "expired." Expired, since when? Do God's Words ever expire? Instead of faithfully following God's words, today's Biblical scholars make their own rules and laws based on their "gracious" interpretation of the Bible and teach others the same. But they don't realize that their "gracious" interpretation of the Bible lowers the 
standards of God's eternal law - the Ten Commandments.

Persistently stubborn Christians cannot repent - zero possibility of repentance. And God cannot and will not extend grace or forgiveness to human beings who cannot or will not repent, either in this age or in the age to come.

Disobedience to God has resulted in the loss of eternal lives for Adam and Eve. Can we gain eternal life if we disobey His commandments? How about if we pick and choose which of His commandments we want to obey, and ignore and disobey the rest? Can God live with us in heaven if that is what we do on earth, disobey His laws? If you say "yes," then why did God not extend "grace" to Adam and Eve for eating the fruits from the forbidden tree against His order? Don't let your preachers and teachers ever fool you about God's "grace."

I believe the root of the unpardonable sin lies in the continued disobedience and persistent stubbornness against the work of the 
Holy Spirit - His words. Our ancestors worship one God only, but most Christians today worship three Gods - Father, Son and Holy Ghost (Trinity). Where do the other two personalities of "Gods" come from? Please read here for the Pagan origins of the Trinity doctrine. There is not a single word in the Old or in the New Testament that mentions "Trinity."

Many, if not most Bible readers, often forget that Jesus loves talking to the people using parables and illustrations. Jesus used parables to illustrate a point - His point. But unfortunately, many Christians are confused and cannot distinguish between an example (parables) and what He meant. For example, the words "Holy Spirit," the "Son," and the "Father" are repeatedly mentioned in the New Testament. Immediately, some shallow thinking religious leader draws the conclusion that it is appropriate to worship the Son, the Father, and the Holy Ghost (Trinity) and teach others to do the same. Who gave them those ideas? So, what should you do if you want to clarify what God meant? Go and ask your minister or Bible teacher? NO, don't do that. Your preacher or Bible teacher may, in fact, confuse you some more. Instead, you should read the Old Testament starting with the Book of Genesis. Read what is written there about God or Yahweh. Did God say that we should worship three Gods? How many God is mentioned in the Old Testament - one, two, three, how many? How many God did Elijah worship? How many God did Daniel worship? Then compare with the New Testament. Do Paul and the other disciples say that you should worship three Gods? NO. Read what Jesus say. Did He say that we should worship the Trinity? NO. The words "Father," "Son," and "Holy Ghost," are used in the New Testament for ILLUSTRATION purposes only, and nothing else. Nowhere in the Bible says that we should worship the "Trinity." And we should not and cannot draw a conclusion based on our or other people's nonsense imagination. We should not be so naive like the Pharisees and Sadducees - those fake Torah scholars.They think that the Savior should literally come in the form of a KING - a real KING. And when they saw that Jesus was born in a barn, and not in a palace, they crucified Him. I 
beg you please use your CRITICAL THINKING skills and LOGIC when you read the Bible. Ask God to give you PLENTY of wisdom to help you clearly understand when you read the Bible. Lucifer doesn't want you to read the Bible with your logic and ask too many questions. He wants you to just believe what you read or hear, and don't think or ask any questions, even though you may have no clue about what you read and hear.

Trinity was invented by the world, not by the Bible. It has its roots in pagan's customs and practices.

I hope I have given you more than adequate evidence to show you that Lucifer is working tirelessly, day and night, to deceive everyone, including God's chosen people. 

The Scripture says, “If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just and will forgive us our sins and purify us from all unrighteousness.” (1 John 1:9). There is no limit to God's forgiveness unless we are persistently stubborn and disobedient against the works of the Holy Spirit - God's words that never change or expire.

The Unpardonable Sin