What is Sin?
We are justified. To justify means to “declare the rightness of something,” not symbolically or potentially, but actually—just as if it never happened. God says, “Their sins and their lawless deeds I will remember no
Certainly some sins have more harmful consequences than others. Stealing or murder could lead to prison time or capital punishment, and adultery could lead to disease, an out-of-wedlock birth, and a broken home. Take a
The answer to this question is “yes” and “no.” Yes, all sins are essentially the same as far as separating us from God. At the same time, the Bible seems to indicate that some sins
King David, a person the Bible describes as “a man after God’s own heart” (1 Samuel 13:14), was also, sadly, a man who was all too familiar with sin. In Psalm 32, written after he
God did not create sin; He allowed sin. God Himself did not sin, and He is not to be blamed for sin. People and angels are the ones who sinned—and they did so by willful,
Where did sin come from? What exactly is sin? Are some sins worse than others? These are just a few of the questions people have when dealing with the idea of sin. For many in