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    Kigami

    6 years ago

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    Sin definition is - an offense against religious or moral law. How to use sin in a sentence. More on the Meaning of sin Synonym Discussion of sin.
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    Mubar

    6 years ago

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    Sin definition, transgression of divine law: the sin of Adam. See more.
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    Fern

    6 years ago

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    Define sin. sin synonyms, sin pronunciation, sin translation, English dictionary definition of sin. n. Mythology The Babylonian god of the moon. n. 1. A transgression of a religious or moral law, especially when deliberate. 2. Theology a. Deliberate.
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    Dalar

    6 years ago

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    Jan 02,  · Question: "What is the definition of sin?" Answer: Sin is described in the Bible as transgression of the law of God (1 John ) and rebellion against God (Deuteronomy ; Joshua ). Sin had its beginning with Lucifer, probably the most beautiful and powerful of the angels. Not content with his position, he desired to be higher than God, and that was his downfall, the beginning of sin.
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    Gosida

    6 years ago

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    Sin, moral evil as considered from a religious standpoint. Sin is regarded in Judaism and Christianity as the deliberate and purposeful violation of the will of God. See also deadly sin. The concept of sin has been present in many cultures throughout history, where it was usually equated with an.
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    Vudogar

    6 years ago

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    The Bible also makes a distinction between a single sin and a practice of sin over an extended period. (1 John 3: ) Those who “practice sin willfully,” even after learning how to do what is right, receive God’s adverse judgment. —Hebrews , Those guilty of serious sin can feel overwhelmed by the weight of their mistakes.
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    Shall

    6 years ago

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    Jan 02,  · A struggle with temptation may lead to sin, but the temptation itself is not a sin. The problem with same-sex attraction, or the feeling of “being gay,” is that it is an attraction to something God has forbidden, and any desire for something sinful ultimately has its roots in sin.
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    Vudohn

    6 years ago

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    Note that the three identities above all involve squaring and the number corabalrantterli.diaprepjurmaitasfamaggeiconsebiwhe.co can see the Pythagorean-Thereom relationship clearly if you consider the unit circle, where the angle is t, the "opposite" side is sin(t) = y, the "adjacent" side is cos(t) = x, and the hypotenuse is We have additional identities related to the functional status of the trig ratios.
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    Mokasa

    6 years ago

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    What is sin? Sin is breaking the Law of God. 1 John says, "Sin is lawlessness." Sin is a transgression, an iniquity, an unrighteous act. Sin is a deviation from the will of God. It is a form of evildoing since it is in opposition to God's decrees and desires. Sin is not a merely a deficiency.