Mark 3:29 assuredly i say to you , all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter, but he who blasphemes against the Holy spirit never has forgivness but is subject to eternal condemnation,, (why?) next verse,, Because they said he has an unclean Spirit..
Jesus didnt actually say that anyone in the crowd has actually commited the sin He discribes, he nonetheless stresses the hopelessness of such a condition. Anyone who blasphemes against the holy spirit places himself or herself outside the redeeming grace of God. It is apparently not a singel act of defiant behavior, but a continued state of opposition entered into willfully. The tense of They Said indicates a continued action. not a onetime event. The words and works of Christ were spoken and preformed by the power of the holy spirit. to attribute them to satan is to call the work of heaven a work of hell. for such perverse belief there is no remedy. How someone can commit this sin today is a dificult question to answer, but those who persist in denigrating Christ by insulting his work or by attributingit to satan may drive themselves past a point of no return.. Unbelief is most likely to be the only sin that has no recovery, this is also why Christ mentioned this to the unbelieving pharisees, there hearts were so hard, they were never going to submit themselves to the Truth of Jesus and who he was.