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In ordinary conversation, including among the "educated", the word "sin" rarely gets mentioned except when one is trying to be coy or facetious. As Thomas Mann once said, "sin" is nowadays "an amusing word used only when one is trying to get a laugh". But this small work will interpret sin in its true -- that is, serious -- meaning. What will emerge from its analysis is the discovery that the concept of sin can still serve to unlock the mystery of existence, at least for a thinking that wants to press down to the very ...

Concept of Sin 2001, St. Augustine's Press

ISBN-13: 9781890318086

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Concept of Sin 2001, St. Augustine's Press

ISBN-13: 9781890318079

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