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There is a more "proactive" way, however, that is, to enter into the world of these perceived sinners in the hope of helping them out of their sinfulness.
The priest couldn't say anything, and then I added, 'On the other hand, I think it is Christianity that encourages sinfulness rather than belief in reincarnation.
Unfortunately our sacrament of Reconciliation is focused on individual sins and has yet to be fully integrated with corporate and social sinfulness.
It is also very easy for us in the contemporary world to psychologize away our sinfulness by understanding that we are shaped by our heritage and our environment, which is the way I would describe original sin.
Virtue should lead to a significant and tangible reduction of sinfulness -- not to creating a balance between sinful and righteous behaviour.
We must not be afraid of growing in the knowledge and awareness of our own sinfulness.
Does such an emphasis, therefore, on human depravity and sinfulness go against the conciliatory "style" of Vatican II that sought not to condemn and anathematize but to persuade and edify?
Never before has a new technology so blatantly unleashed our sinfulness, our selfishness," the blog author, Adam Jeske, wrote, adding: that 'he wondered how many abortions this will lead to, how much heartache Bang with Friends will cause'.
Lukacs' insight that the novel is the form of the age of absolute sinfulness is pivotal to Bewes' elucidation of the form of shame, or rather, of shame as form.
Anglican liturgy and its obsession with sinfulness.
One, her deep understanding of human sinfulness is paired with clear and powerful testimony to Gods Spirit-empowered grace.
And once embarked upon, sinfulness can only be sustained by more sins.