What is the Noahide sin of cursing God and is it the same as taking God's Name in vain? Like, would saying "oh my god" count?
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You misunderstand the usage of the term cursing God. It does not mean using bad language or taking the name in vain. The actual meaning is stating a curse upon the Deity using the actual name of the Deity.
For example, Is G-ddamn considered cursing God? explains:
The Talmud (Sanhedrin 56a) explains that the only form of true "blasphemy", as described in Leviticus 24:15, would then be to curse G-d in a biblical sense, i.e. to say "may Joe strike Joe" (or "may Joe damn Joe", for that matter), substituting "G-d" for Joe. (Which is a bit strange, if someone doesn't believe in G-d, why they're calling on Him to smite anything, but never mind.) Maimonides, Laws of Foreign Worship 2:7 discusses the severity of punishment may depend on exactly which name of G-d is used.