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  • JoJokasa
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    Each person is responsible only for his or her own sins. Even the Christian doctrine of 'original sin' does not mean that humans are punished for the sin of the first human pair but, rather, that humans seem inevitably to copy the sin of the first human pair.
  • Zolot
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    They are now the objects of that very same anger and wrath of God, that is expressed in the torments of hell. And the reason why they don't go down to hell at each moment, is not because God, in whose power they are, is not then very angry with them; as angry as he is with many of those miserable creatures now tormented in hell, who there feel and bear the fierceness of his wrath.
  • Faedal
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    Jun 18,  · They do not want to be “seen” in their sin so they justify it. The belief seems to be that, if the eyes of the Lord shift to the other and away from themselves, they can remain hidden. In either case the sin is avoided, hidden away, and not dealt with in an honest manner. Our natural tendency is to not deal with sin.
  • JoJodal
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    I told you, sir, they were totally drunk, so puffed up with courage that they were getting angry at the air for blowing in their faces, and beating the ground for touching their feet—yet even when drunk, they kept their plan firmly in mind. Then I beat my drum, at which point they pricked up their.
  • Zujin
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    Start studying Lord of the Flies (Chapter 6). Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
  • Kazibar
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    Sexual sins are no different in the eyes of GOD than any other sin. All sin is rebellion against Him. He does not have a scale or a color chart by which He measures sin. Paul spoke of "uncleanness" many times. In Romans 6, speaking to believers, he said that they (we) have been set free from sin.
  • Yozilkree
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    the impact that every personal sin has on other people; sin that directly attacks others' life, freedom, dignity or rights; and the collective effect of many peoples sins over time, which corrupts society and its institutions by creating structures of sin.
  • Meztigal
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    Men give voice to their opinions, but they are only opinions, like so many puffs of wind that waft the soul hither and tither and make it veer and turn. Confessions by Augustine Falsehood is nothing but the supposed existence of something which has no being.
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