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- (theology) The Christian doctrine that sinners are permanently destroyed rather than being confined to Hell.
- (politics) Advocacy of, or a policy of, annihilating a certain (racial, religious, etc) group; eliminationism.
- 2014, Linda S Katz, The Holocaust: Memories, Research, Reference, Routledge, →ISBN, page 94:
- If genocide and, hence, the Holocaust in particular, are to be better understood, then the roots of annihilationism—the origins of ultra-extreme intolerance—need to be explored.
Christian doctrine that sinners are permanently destroyed
eliminationism — see eliminationism