What is our crime that separates us from God?

Jim Palmer

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“Sin,” “repent,” and “eternal life” are among the top words and phrases that have taken on a meaning in pop-Christianity that Jesus would have never endorsed or taught. It just underscores the power of groupthink – that if enough people believe something, they will reason that it must be correct.

What is our crime that separates us from God? As the pop-Christian theory goes, our crime is being human. We are told that we are born “sinners.” Insert the misinterpretation of the word “sin.” According to the theory, before we do anything… we are born as babies “in sin.” In other words, we don’t get a choice; by virtue of being born human, we are at the core, “sinners.” The theory further says that this state is disgusting and revolting to God, which is why God rejects and condemns us, has nothing to do with us, and sends us to…

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  1. clrclady says:

    We are all humans and spirituality is the best ghost town of my favorite things that I can never get back which brings you maps and true potential of health care reform and healing the pathways today for the babies and children and adults alike. This is creativity and musical instruments and love and respect for all created beings past, present, and future.

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