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ARE SIN DISEASE AND DEATH REAL? - 04/13/14

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Luetuck

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04/08/2014 07:56

Morally Depraved

I have a question about sinners.
What is the difference between those who are "depraved" and those who have been "deprived"?
Is there such a thing as Morally deprived?




 
Andrew

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04/08/2014 08:32

Re: Morally Depraved

Sure - but both types of sin must be destroyed. The difference might be in "the tenacity of error" as to which be destroyed soonest or more easily. But "society is a foolish juror" and we must walk closely with Him when approaching the subject. Which is worse? The thug who kills someone in robbing a store, or a teacher of Christian Science who fills his students with misconceptions, deprives them of their natural ability to turn to God. and puts a veil over Christian Science in the minds of many, rendering then more than helpless. "The harlots and publicans go into heaven" before such as this.



 
Luetuck

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04/08/2014 10:02

Re: Morally Depraved

deprives them of their natural ability to turn to God.

By natural ability, you mean "Conscience" …Inner voice, inner light, the seed within itself?

So, in Science, no man is ever truly morally deprived, only in belief? ?

Guilt is a good reformer, though we should shake hands with it, but never embrace it.

Edited by Luetuck - 04/08/2014 10:18