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Original Sin

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Ryan Wieschhaus

on 12 May 2011

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Original Sin By Ryan Wieschhaus
And Kristen Mayo Original Sin can be defined three different ways. 1st Way-Humans inherit Adam and Eves sin and their sinful nature. 2nd Way- Humans do not inherit Adam and Eves sin, but they do inherit Adam and Eves sinful nature. 3rd Way-Humans do not inherit Adam and Eves sin, or their sinful nature. In Genesis Chapter 3, Satan as a serpent, pursuades Adam and Eve to sin against God by eating the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, the one tree that God told them not to eat from. Because all humans came from Adam and Eve, the Christian concept of Original Sin is that all humans either share Adam and Eves sin, or they inherited their sinful nature. Saint Augustine, in the fifth century, was one of the first saints to write about original sin and the concept of original sin caused a lot of controversy at this time. Original sin, by some people, is thought of as a state of mind instead of an act. The Roman Catholic church believes that humans inherit Adam and Eves actual sin and their sinful nature. Conservative Protestants believe that humans inherit Adam and Eves sinful nature. Liberal Protestants do not believe in original sin. Jews do not beleive in original sin. Hindus do not believe in original sin. Buddists do not believe in original sin. Dualism does not teach original sin. Muslims do not believe in original sin. In addition, the Roman Catholic church believes that unbaptized infants and people who were born before Christ, when they died, go to Limbo. Limbo is a place, not heaven or hell, where souls go and live in complete ignorance of God, until Jesus' ascension into heaven after his second coming. In the Lord of the Flies, the island symbolizes Limbo, it is neither heaven nor hell, the boys are also ignorant of God, but God is all around them-watching them. Original sin is called ancesteral sin by the orthodox church. The Roman Catholic church also believes in Immaculate Conception, the idea that Mary, the mother of Jesus, was born without original sin and therefore never sinned. Jesus is refered to as the "second Adam" because he suffered his death on the cross for Adams sin. Due to complex controversies and disputes, a multitude of theories and philosophies, and because of the origins of Adam and Eve and religious teachings, the topic of original sin is often debated and difficult to fully comprehend. Muslims do not believe in original sin.
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