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Of course, if I said that, if a person walks over a rail line and gets squished by a train, they deserve all they get - I would have sinned because freedom of speech is a big no-no too.
The archbishop told reporters it is obvious "I cannot say, `You are sick, therefore you have sinned.
Paul had just explained how in "one man" (Jesus), many will be declared righteous, even as, through "one man" (Adam), all had sinned.
Here the comparative argumentation from the minor premise to the major is set up between the universality of Adam's sin and the universality of Christ's grace: 'Therefore, just as sin came into the world through one man, and death came through sin, and so death spread to all because all have sinned (after the insertion of verses 13 and 14, the comparison continues) 'But the free gift is not like the trespass.
com, which will offer "an online confessional service that provides sinners with a completely anonymous forum to unburden sins and repent if they've sinned recently, or are thinking of sinning, or would simply like to hear someone else's sins, complete and unexpurgated.
Lent is the holy season when the Liturgy once more calls the faithful to radical conversion and trust in God's mercy: "Be merciful, O Lord, for we have sinned.
Nelson, Professor of Theology at the Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, have coedited this collection of nine theological papers that examine the doctrine of sin from different perspectives of those who have been sinned against.