More on sin

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Christian Fat Shaming and the Trouble with Gluttony

High obesity rates in America are not the result of a mass deficiency in will power.

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10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About the Christian View of Sexuality

Why traditional Christians believe as they do regarding gender, sexuality, marriage, and the family.

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10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About the Gospel

A professor of New Testament lists 10 key points on the heart of the Christian message.

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Is Pulpit Plagiarism on the Rise? Some Blame the Internet

Have the recent cases of high-profile pastors lifting others’ material made pulpit plagiarism a more forgivable sin?

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Southern Baptists Meet as Membership, Baptism Decline Continues

Leaders call for a commitment to evangelism as the denomination loses members and baptizes fewer people.

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J.F.K. and C.S. Lewis: A Courage Shared

The great Christian moralist and cool, ironic former U.S. president have more in common than you’d think.

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Women Like Me Are Abused Worldwide. Here’s Why.

As a female preacher, I have firsthand experience of the way religion can discriminate against women. But religion is not the problem.

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Whatever happened to the word “sin”?

Although almost every sermon in my childhood church centered on sin, the word has vanished in the years since.

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When Is a Sin Really a Sin?

It’s our corrupt motives that mark us as sinners, not the sins we commit.

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Pope Francis the Sinner

Sure, this is the pope who said, “Who am I to judge?” But Pope Francis’s mission has been to live out a theology of sin.