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4) Levine is more sympathetic to the rabbinic distinction noting that Leviticus 4-5 deals with sins of commission whereas Numbers 15:22 clearly deals with omissions.
SINS OF COMMISSION examines decades of the Commission's land use policies and questions how a government body could and, indeed did, unilaterally extend its jurisdiction from 1000 yards landward of the coastline to 5 miles inland.
But there are sins of commission that put those sins of omission in the shade.
The term social can be applied to sins of commission or omission--on the part of political, economic, or trade union leaders, who though in a position to do so, do not work diligently and wisely for the improvement and transformation of society according to the requirements and potential of the given historic moment; as also on the part of workers who through absenteeism or non-cooperation fail to ensure that their industries can continue to advance the well-being of the workers themselves, of their families and of the whole of society.
And besides sins of commission like increased spying authority, there have been sins of omission by the administration as well.
Of course, life is about sins of commission and omission, so it was a shock to see Ballinger Ridge get beaten through over-confidence.
Sins of omission can be just as heinous as sins of commission.