Sin, again

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Have posted this in the philosophical section, but would be interesting to see replies from here, in a true conroversial style. the questions are:
Does sin exist?
What is your understanding of sin?
Is sin the same as the concept of wrong?
Where did your understanding of right and wrong come from?
Are the seven deadly sins a good moral code...are they relevant today?
If we don't have the concept of sin now, what is it replaced by?
Who has the right to judge?
Is the concept of fear and punishment a good idea?
What about confessionals? Are they relevant?
also, if you have any anecdotes, confessions! please, feel free; it's all in the name of art!
Padford
 

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Padford said:
Have posted this in the philosophical section, but would be interesting to see replies from here, in a true conroversial style. the questions are:
Does sin exist?
What is your understanding of sin?
Is sin the same as the concept of wrong?
Where did your understanding of right and wrong come from?
Are the seven deadly sins a good moral code...are they relevant today?
If we don't have the concept of sin now, what is it replaced by?
Who has the right to judge?
Is the concept of fear and punishment a good idea?
What about confessionals? Are they relevant?
also, if you have any anecdotes, confessions! please, feel free; it's all in the name of art!
Padford
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