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Unformatted text preview: and the sin of the world. This portion of the chapter was one that was most meaningful to me. This is one aspect of sin that I had not considered or put much thought into. Besides our personal sins, the more superior power of sin is also at work our environment. This is a prime example of the misuse of human freedom. Throughout my reading, there was one key quote that really stuck out to me. Towards the end of the chapter, a section titled: Jesus Forgives Sins and Calls People to Conversion , led to great insight. This specific section focuses on Jesus and his choice to not allow evil to obliterate his loyalty to God. Jesus believes that it is hatred that leads to suffering. He reveals that it is love which breaks this power of human destruction, (1). I was rather moved by this quote, as it is very relevant to society today, and a much needed reminder that we all need!...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2012 for the course THEOLOGY 100 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '12 term at Montgomery CC.
- Spring '12