Sin is an act or state of disobedience towards God.

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Why do we like to do what is called to be a sin? [closed]

For instance, I like some colours, I like some sort of music, I like a specific weather since I was young, I like mathematics, but not because I decided that. These all come from inside and I cannot ...
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Why did the Father punish Jesus (“Jesus died for our sins”)? [duplicate]

Why did the Father punish Jesus for our sin? This seems like punishing an innocent person for a crime, instead of the real culprit.
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Is there a prescribed posture for prayer? [duplicate]

I want to know if it is wrong to lie in bed and pray. I know we should kneel and pray but when I do that I lose focus and is not as meaningful as when I am in bed so is it okay to lie in bed and give ...
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Age of accountability? [duplicate]

I have been raised in Prodestant church all of my life and I have heard several times from members of various churches about an age of accountability—which is an age once a person reaches it they are ...
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Are white lies sometime justified? [closed]

I was pondering whether a sin is still a sin even if it is done with good intention or if it is destined by God in that way. There are instances where in order to avoid hurting others or have a ...
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How to be saved after adultery? [closed]

Suppose one robs a bank and with the proceeds he is able to buy luxury cars, yachts, mansions. The thief lives enjoying all these things and one day he wants to convert to Christianity and wants to be ...
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What would be the implications of a selfless act that saved others but resulted in damnation for the doer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to sin while intending to do good? There are selfless acts where we are harmed by our actions to help others. The ultimate kind of harm for a Christian ...
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Is there a biblical ban on running a casino?

This is a spin on the question Is there a Biblical Ban on Gambling? Is opening a casino considered a "shady business" a Christian should not be involved in? (Yes, let's assume it's perfectly legal.) ...
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Is SIN a sin just because God says it is sin? [duplicate]

What then shall we say? That the law is sin? By no means! Yet if it had not been for the law, I would not have known sin. For I would not have known what it is to covet if the law had not said, ...
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Did the devil reject God in heaven? [closed]

God created the devil, and in heaven Satan went to war with Him, correct? Did Satan reject God?
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What exactly is sin? [duplicate]

I have compiled a list of definitions of "sin". an act of disobedience toward God the separation between God and man the wilful disobedience or imperfect obedience of the Torah* *Source: Saved by ...
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What is the purpose of Satan's fall from a reformed perspective? [closed]

Did God, in His omnipotence, allow Satan to fall from grace have something to do with His allowing Adam and Eve to fall which provides first hand knowledge to the elect angels / elect humans in a way ...
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If Christ was made sin on the Cross then could he swear on the Cross if he wished so?

I've read about a painting at some show that offended some Christians. On that painting there was Jesus Christ swearing at (presumably) the Father. Now though we know Jesus Christ did not do so yet ...
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Original sin and its consequences [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How could a loving, just, merciful God have created such an unfair test for humans? It's said that death came into the world due to the primary sin of Adam and Eve. But ...
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How does “being born a sinner” compare to “being born perfect” affect one's outlook on life and problem solving? [closed]

I'm trying to understand how accepting the idea of "being born a sinner" contrasts with "being born perfect"... because once someone has the mental capacity to understand that they aren't perfect then ...
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The Unforgivable Sin [duplicate]

I have a question that I need answered, I am fearfully worried for my salvation!. Some time ago I went through some spiritual problems - One such thing is that I started reading about the ...
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Is enjoying an apocryphal book a sin? [closed]

I've been reading some apocryphal books, like gnostic books, and was enjoying them as they seem so unusual and otherworldly to me. I'm not a devoted Christian but, if I'd been a devoted Christian ...
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Is God setting us up for failure?

In the age old tale of Adam and Eve God place Adam and Eve in the garden with all the trees and the one they can eat off of. But God is omnipotent and omniscient so wouldn't he have known before hand ...
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If God is omniscient , He would have forseen how He would send the flood and kill everyone [duplicate]

If God is omniscient, he would have known that in the future he would have to kill everyone by sending the flood. He would have known about the ark. So, why start with Cain and Abel if sin would haunt ...
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What is the purpose of calling out individual sins if God's mercy nullifies them? [duplicate]

If everyone is of sin, and if only God can forgive sin -- why call out each sin individuality? This is not a Christian doctrine I ascribe to, but I'm asking because a lot of other Christians do ...