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Unformatted text preview: to not make evil plans against your neighbor. Chillingworth even lied about it! He told Hester, in chapter four, that he would not take revenge on her partner. Arthur Dimmesdale would be second. He kept his sin hidden instead of repenting of that sin. This causes him to be abusive to his own body, which is a sin since the body is the temple of God. The secret even pushes him to want to do evil near the end of the book. Finally, Hester Prynne would be the least sinner. Yes she committed the horrible sin of adultery, but she confessed her sin. She probably even repented to God. So all three sinned, but I believe Chillingworth was the worst. God, however, says that all sin is equal in sight, and that he will judge on the appointed Judgment Day. This means that all three equally sinned and will have to answer to God for it....
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