Throwback Thursday: “Sin” not a popular word in our 21st-Century culture

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Welcome to this week’s “Throwback Thursday” installment. Today, we’re going to revisit a post that was originally published back on February 18, 2016 and has been revised.

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“There is no holy life. There is no war between good and evil. There is no sin and no redemption.” – Deepak Chopra

“Sin” is a VERY unpopular word in our post-modern society. The general understanding now is that everyone is a law unto themselves; each person makes their own moral laws and follows their own individual conscience. If they “mess up,” no biggie. There are no absolute moral standards and there is no such thing as sin.

This thinking is even creeping into the evangelical church. A very popular pro$perity preacher on TBN, Joel Osteen, has stated that he doesn’t harp on about sin because no one would come to his services or tune into his television show. His messages are all…

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