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What are the sins of liberty?
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Asked in Christianity
What do you call the seven sins that are the root of all sins?
Asked in Religion & Spirituality
Explain the religious beliefs?
Asked in Ethics and Morality, Catholicism
How did the seven deadly sins become sins?
The "seven deadly sins" have been considered sins since the time God gave his law to the Jewish people. They are the primary reasons we fall into countless other sins, such as because of Lust we cheat on our spouses, look at pornography, etc...another example would be because of Greed we don't help the needy, don't share what we can to benefit others etc.. . Catholic Answer The didn't "become" sins, they always were sins. The became the seven deadly sins in the early Church when the Church was trying to put together a catechetical formula for people to learn about sins. The seven deadly sins are the "root" sins, or categories of sins from which all sins evolve, and even all of them have their root in pride - which is the original sin of Satan and our first parents (as far as we know).
Asked in New Testament
Why did god die for your sins and there were no sins to die for?
Asked in Greek Orthodoxy
What do you say when you go to confession?