Definitions for "Concupiscence"
Sexual lust; morbid carnal passion.
Concupiscence is from Latin, [ com] being the intensifying prefix, and [ cupere], which means to long for, or to desire. Thus, this word refers to a intense desire. When used in Christian theology, it means the intense desire that people have for carnal or sinful things. [ back
Rom.7:8; Col.3:5; 1 Th.4:5] irregular desires for carnal pleasure.
The loss of the harmony or balance between body and soul. See " Appetite"
a natural appetite of our bodily nature directed to what we need to sustain life as individuals and members of the species. As a result of original sin it has become disordered manifesting itself in various forms of intemperance including sexual intemperance.