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Seven Deadly Sins

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Transcript of Seven Deadly Sins

Seven Deadly Sins
sloth
Wrath
Pride
The root of all sin
LECHERY
sexual desire beyond the purpose of procreation in marriage
particularly undesirable in women
Gluttony
Envy
jealousy over another’s success
or joy in another’s harm
Symbol: Green
GREED
GOD: top of chain: all spirit
Your place in the chain = Distance from God
Within Levels: further levels
King
Lord
Knight
Peasant
Father
Mother
Male Children
female children
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Great Chain of Being
Purebreeds
Mutts
Sin = attempting to change your place in the chain

THEREFORE
Sin causes all hardship including illness, war, strife,
natural disasters because sin upsets the natural order
of everything

Supported the
feudal system:
Kept peasants
"in their place."
Supported male-dominant family structures:
kept women and children "in their place," too.
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Inordinate
pinion
of one's own
importance
superiority
or merit
believing that one is essentially better than others,

failing to acknowledge the accomplishments of others,

or excessive admiration of the one's self
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Remedy: humility
Punishment in Hell
Beowulf
broken on the rack
Anger against someone who does not deserve it,
or to a greater extent than deserved
SUDDEN WRATH
Springs up suddenly
often without reason
DEADLY WRATH
Arises from long consideration and desire to do harm
Leads to murder, hate, war
Related to lying, flattery and scorn
Punishment in hell
Dismemberment; constantly tearing each other apart
Remedy
Meekness and patience
If you think meekness is weakness, try being meek for a week.

Indifference to,
or negligence of
spiritual or earthly duty
belief that one
has sinned too
much to be
forgiven
(lack of faith)
Punishment in hell
thrown into snake pits
APATHY
Not caring enough
to do something
about a situation
hoarding things one doesn't need or keeping things from others
spending money unwisely:
buying frivolous things instead of needed things
Remedy
charity, mercy, and pity
Greed is equated with worshiping of false idols
Leads to lying, flattery and scorn
covetousness: overwhelming desire for things one does not have.
Overindulging in food or drink
being overly particular about food or
spending too much time preparing food
Rise correlates with the explosion of processed foods
Eating more but also eating more poorly
Punishment in hell
cauldrons of boiling oil
Hierarchy of all things
hubris
Vanity
Remedy
Undertake a difficult task
clean-up after Katrina
Faith and hope
If everyone stays in his/her place, life will be perfect.
Giving to the needy
Mercy: help those whom we have the power to hurt
Punishment in hell
Force fed rats, toads, snakes
Remedy
Abstinence from food or drink
Eve deceived
Adam
Therefore
all women
were seen
as lecherous
and deceitful
Remedy: chastity
Punishment in Hell: smothered in fire and Brimstone
Remedy: love
Punishment in Hell: put in freezing water
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