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sins that effect our society

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Q: What is referred to a social sin?
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How can you prevent social sin?

you can talk to the priest about your sin

In some sport offending players are sent to the sin what?

In hockey the penalty box is often referred to as the sin bin.

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Las Vegas is often referred to as "Sin City" due to its reputation for gambling, nightlife, and adult entertainment options.

Which religions believe in reality of sin?

I am unclear as to what the "reality of sin" is. Sin itself is a very real thing in almost every religion. The real questions what are: what forms does the sin take, what categories of sins are there, how do you commit sin, how do you repent from sin, what are the physical/social/psychological effects of sinning, etc.

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