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Every sin is a rebellion against God - it is the refusal to obey God's laws. So, of course, a rebellion against the Creator of the universe is going to be an action against him. So, in fact, every sin does affect people - three people, actually: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. As for what evil is, without 'good' you cannot really ascertain 'evil'. Evil is the ...


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This is an interesting question especially in the case of that island. In the Biblical verse which pronounces "love one another as you love yourself", it clearly indicates that you love yourself too and hence Christ who lives in you. Every act of sin that you do have a negative impact to you or to secondary being or both. Every sin is regretted being done. ...


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When we consider the scriptures wholistically, the answer should be an emphatic yes. Sin is transgression against the Law as David (Stratton) has said. The Law however, is not merely an impersonal and objective standard that we measure ourselves against, it is God's Law. Sin, in other words, is a transgression against God's perfect will - a rebellion ...


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I can't believe in a good God when there is evil and suffering in the world. Evil is the rebellion against God that God allows temporarily for his own purposes. Acts 1:7 And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power. Suffering is the discomfort caused by sin and its effects on ...



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