Sin

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==Counter-Apologetics==
 
==Counter-Apologetics==
  
Since [[Atheism|Atheists]] do not believe in God, it is meaningless to accuse ask an atheist of being a sinner.  Humanistic athiests recognize the concept of right and wrong actions in terms of their impact on other people, but the idea of sin is basically irrelevant without appealing to a deity.
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Since [[atheist]]s do not believe in God, it is meaningless to accuse ask an atheist of being a sinner.  Humanistic athiests recognize the concept of right and wrong actions in terms of their impact on other people, but the idea of sin is basically irrelevant without appealing to a deity.
  
 
[[Category: Religious mythology]]
 
[[Category: Religious mythology]]

Revision as of 08:05, 1 August 2006

Sin is a religious term for evil deeds committed by conscious beings.

Unlike the humanist concept of evil, sin is defined entirely in terms of doing things which God specifically prohibits.

Counter-Apologetics

Since atheists do not believe in God, it is meaningless to accuse ask an atheist of being a sinner. Humanistic athiests recognize the concept of right and wrong actions in terms of their impact on other people, but the idea of sin is basically irrelevant without appealing to a deity.

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