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May 09, 2008


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I assume he is using the word "sin" in the sense of "error" or "mistake." I am saying that because I am currently working on an article to deal with this idea that intellectual/theological opinions on issues such as universalism, preterism, etc are "damnable." There are complex issues to consider when people throw out the word "heresy" and it is done too often out of hate; not to mention that mere opinions can hardly put someone outside of Christ and outside of God's grace and salvation.

Michael W. Kruse

<"sin" in the sense of "error" or "mistake.">

Exactly, Virgil. He is playing off the idea of the seven deadly sins. These are sins that lead us away from good interpretation, not necessarily from the grace of God.

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