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After doing some further research and thinking, the following is what I have found to be Aquinas's view, or at least how I interpret his theory of atonement to be. Christ took upon Himself a satisfactory punishment, or penance, for original sin by entering original sin's punishment of death (which is a loss of the fullness of life, or rather complete ...


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In Romans 7 is Paul talking about before or after he was saved? This question often arises as many Christians identify with the frustration and sense of defeat given in chapter seven. However, in context Paul is describing a contrast between trying to do good in the flesh (chapter seven) and by the Spirit (chapter eight). The mixing of past and present ...


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Christianity is utterly incoherent without Original sin (Jesus saved us! From what?). Ancestral sin is Original sin. Ancestral sin is the sin of the ancestors, as the Original sin is a sin from our origins (it can also be understood as the origin of sin itself too though). Some Orthodox think that Catholics believe that all unbaptised humans are guilty of ...



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