You don't hear much about sin anymore. It seems to be one of those words irrelevant to modern society. Is sin passť? What is sin? I was talking about this subject with several people recently. One American artist thought back on his life and his experience in the armed forces and said, "Sin is one thing in Sunday school and something else in the service." A fellow from England commented, "Sin is enjoying yourself." A few moments later, he added, "We used to say, 'Let's go have a sinful time,' and then we'd go dancing or boozing." "Sin is whatever you believe is wrong," declared a widely traveled man in his forties. A young, dark-haired photographer grinned and off-handedly suggested, "Sin is whatever you do that backfires in your face." A friend and former Air Force member told me, "I always thought sin was something that was enjoyable."
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