Thursday, November 20, 2008


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1 comment:

Etchainer said...

That's a fascinating passage -- I'll need to remember that one.

So, the Father is guilty for his own actions, and his children (son) are not...

But isn't the whole premise of Christianity that we all carry sin, and that there is no way to be relieved of it without god?

And isn't the point of baptism (in a modern context) to relieve us of original sin -- that of Adam and Eve?

If Adam is the father of humanity, how are we, his children, then still guilty of his sin?