The Bible has 66 books, 40 known authors and was written in 3 languages.
(At least the popular Protestant Bibles of today.)
It appears not all of those authors agreed on everything.
Jesus is the central "law" in Christianity, and He claimed not to change the Law of Moses.
Yet He did so, especially when He forbade divorce and worked on the Sabbath.
Since then Christianity has been changed in all kinds of ways, from changing the Sabbath to shelving the dietary laws and circumcision.
Jesus taught that even looking at a woman in lust was adultery.
So is that a sin?
Being a normal heterosexual is a sin?
My goodness, no wonder gay people are confused!
Isn't a sin something one must actually do, like a sex act?
It sounds like "sin" is some kind of mind-crime and mind-control.
Surely to really think like that is absolute paranoia.
According to Christianity we are already born into sin because of Eve, so why should we bother to stop sinning if it is our nature? And what does it
mean: repent and stop sinning? Must we stop thinking?
Besides, Jesus died for all our sins, so indeed, why stop sinning?
Maybe we need a committee again to tell us exactly which acts and thoughts are sin.
But wait, isn't that history where we get most of our sins from anyway?
edit on 20-11-2010 by halfoldman because: (no reason given)