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Six Biblical Notions of Sin
Violation of divine command
Unfaithfulness
Rebellion
Idolatry
Unbelief
Selfishness
Seven OT Terms For Sin
To miss
Iniquity/Wickedness
Revolt/Transgress
To err, stray
Fault, blame, guilt
To act treacherously, to be faithless
To act proud or presumptuously
Nine NT Terms For Sin
To miss the mark
Fault, transgression, deviation from revealed way
Lasciviousness, lewdness Lawlessness
Lust
Sin/Trespass
Ungodliness
Carelessness, Extravagancies
Disobedience
Two Theories for how we sinned with Adam
The "Germ Theory"
The Corruption of Nature Theory
The Three Consequences of Sin
Death of "full humanity"
Guilt: We are all guilty of sin.
Corruption: The absence of good.
Three Relationships Sin has affected
Relationship with God
Relationship with Self
Relationship with Others
Four Ways Sin has directly affected our relationship with God
Divine Disfavor (God's wrath)
Guilt
Punishment
Death (spiritual, physical, eternal)
Seven ways sin has directly affected our relationship with Self
Enslavement: We are enslaved to sin
Flight from Reality: Hardheadedness of unbelievers
Denial of Sin: We'd rather not admit that we sin
Self-Deceit: Tendency to think we're pretty tuff.
Insensitivity
Self-centeredness: I am the center of the universe
Restlessness: Cain wandering; lack of peace
Four ways sin has directly affected our relationships with Others
Competition: Are you joyous for others?
Inability to Empathize
Rejection of Authority
Inability to Love
Eight views concerning Sin and Imputation
Pelagian
Augustinian
Semi-Pelagian
Armenian
Federal/Conventional
New School
Neo-Orthodox
Libertarian Theology
Two Views of Sin
Philosophical Naturalism
Philosophical Idealism
Four Truths concerning the Origin of Sin
Sin did not originate with God
Sin did not come from an eternally existing evil force
Some Angels Rebelled
Adam and Eve Rebelled
Three possibilities concerning sin and the death of infants
All infants are lost due to their corruption by sin
Only elect infants are saved
All infants are saved
Two scriptures supporting the salvation of infants
Deuteronomy 1:39
2 Samuel 12:23