P.S. Bertrand Russell uses the word “impiety” in relation to luniks and further attempts and he is right.
But to assert that even the most unguarded passages of the book made for impiety was a great mistake.
Which shows, Socrates, how little they know what the gods think about piety and impiety.
The King wished to say that the gods would not suffer the impiety of his sister to go unpunished.
Will not the fear of impiety enable them to conquer that which many who were inferior to them have conquered? '
I would beg of you to be patient, and learn the truth of the legislator and others; in the mean time abstain from impiety.
With such examples before them, all the Asiatics have turned to injustice and impiety.
But the French have the art of rendering vice and impiety more agreeable than the English.
The charges of impiety were answered: "His music makes us dream."
He was denounced for his impiety by the Count de Montalembert in the Chamber of peers, and an endeavor was made to unseat him.