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Catholic Perspective Tackling the sin part Highlighting a false premise, that one must experience something for one to know/understand it. It is worth noting that experience is a type of knowledge ... This is actually quite a loaded question philosophically, theologically, etc. Theologically, there is always mystery. 2 Timothy 2:13 (RSVCE) 13 ...


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Jesus' death was sufficient simply because DEATH is the punishment for our sins, not suffering. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that the Savior must suffer for a long time to cover our sins, only His death. If you look at all these verses, we'll see that "Christ died" and it is enough: ...


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The short answer to your specific question is "No, no such evidence exists." But the question seems to be alluding to the conversation between the Pharisees and Jesus in Matthew 19. In that passage, the Pharisees asked why Moses "commanded" a man to give his wife a certificate of divorce and send her away. In his response, Jesus corrected the terminology ...


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Perhaps we can answer all three questions at once: First of all it was not the tree of the knowledge of Evil. It was the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. So if man was unaware of evil he was likewise unaware of good. So in that case even though man had free will he was not confronted with a choice between good or evil. All Scripture is quoted from ...


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Catholic perspective: always wrong/bad, not always sinful. Self-control Sirach 18:30-31 (RSVCE) 30 Do not follow your base desires, but restrain your appetites. 31 If you allow your soul to take pleasure in base desire, it will make you the laughingstock of your enemies. Pertinent numbers in the Catechism of the Catholic Church: ...



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