fall into sin

fall into sin

To begin to misbehave. When I went off to college, I fell into sin—that's why I've moved back home now.
See also: fall, sin
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While Al-Omar deemed traveling to "infidel" countries for medical treatment, advocacy, relief work and education acceptable, he wrote on his website that "if travel is for tourism, and the traveler thinks that it is likely that he will fall into sin, the journey is prohibited."
After their fall into sin Adam and Eve were barred from Eden so that they, in their fallen state, could not eat of the Tree of Life.
There will always be some who will fall into sin but rules of modesty and morality will help minimize sin.
The Orthodox Faith teaches that, based on His omniscience God knew that man would fall into sin, but in His infinite love He created man assuming the risk of free choice made by him between the happy eternity in Heaven and the cold sadness and lack of communion in hell.
All of a sudden, he questioned the biblical story of the creation, blasting God for making Adam and Eve perfect only to allow them to fall into sin.
The book is divided into three parts: Part One traces the Battle of the Ages from the beginning, Satan's fall from heaven, man's fall into sin at Eden, and the Birth of Jesus at the Manger in Bethlehem.
Taking sins lightly: The problem with many of us today is that we do not fear Allah, which means that we do not think seriously about disobeying Him and therefore fall into sin, without giving any real thought to it.
When I fall into sin, I go to my altar and tell it to God and to my people.
In addition, Staniloae shows the impossibility of disappearance of the image with the fall into sin, because human beings remain into a continuous search and aspiration towards God.
They painted a dark picture of creation by portraying the fall into sin as an ontological necessity.
"If they don't fall into sin, they will forget the language of the Koran -- Arabic -- which they were surrounded by in Syria, Iraq, Libya, and elsewhere, making the return to the religion and its teachings more difficult."
In chapter 10, Osborn explores three theories that he has encountered from biblical literalists, all of which begin with the initial presupposition that predation and violence were not features of creation, but were consequences of the Fall into sin. In each case predation is a negative outcome of human sin.
God is faithful to forgive those in Christ who fall into sin and sincerely repent." A powerful testimony of everlasting faith, and the humility and resolve to serve Christ, The Bondservant's Life is highly recommended spiritual reading for devout Christians.
Is the fall into sin and/or evil a negative moment with an ultimately positive outcome?
What exactly happens to nature, a concept that Boyd so emphasizes, in the fall into sin narrated in Genesis 3?