Since Jesus died for our sins?
Should we sin as much as we can? The way I see it, Jesus took one for the team, and I don't think his death should be wasted.
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
May as well, the bible says we're pretty much born to go to hell.
- pugjw9896Lv 79 years ago
You would allow someone to die for you and yet keep on doing wrong things?
Doesn't say much for your morals..
Jesus' sacrificial death was to remove death [ sin ] from us...it covers every person,, providing they become obedient.
So there will be those who fail to appreciate the sacrifice...
They are termed ' wicked'
(Psalm 37:34) Hope in Jehovah and keep his way, And he will exalt you to take possession of the earth. When the wicked ones are cut off, you will see [it].
Some will survive...some will not.
Its a fair warning.
Many do not know there are two types of sin.
One we are responsibles for...what we commit... e.g. bank robbery or telling lies. These are paid for by our death.
the other is what we inherited from Adam and Eve.
Only a perfect person [ Jesus] can pay to have these removed.
So death = sin.
Its why innocent babies [ who can die] can also be called 'sinners'
They have committed so personal sins, but have inherited imperfection.
Jesus' sacrificial death has paid for this inherited sin to be removed...
Have we earned it?
(Revelation 21:4) And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”
For the obedient.Source(s): NWT
- Z-WarriorLv 79 years ago
Tell ya what I don't get.
Jesus is the new testament, and so people can sin like crazy, pray to Jesus, get forgiven and still make it to heaven. Then there is no reason to practice morality. So why is there a worry about being a good little christian, when according to the Christian view, good works won't get ya to heaven, just faith.
What is it with the sin BS?
After a certain amount of sins,
do ya go to Hell?
I thought Jesus forgave,
so why even ask, "Is it a Sin?"
It's all sin, Jesus forgives, so do it anyway.
Morality is not practiced in this religion.
The whole world is in a state of turmoil
because people can get away with sinning,
but we all are going to heaven.
Unless Jesus thought he was god,
but wasn't, and our actions really will be
judged. In that case, we're all going to hell.
To sin, or not to sin?
That is the question.
In the Kalama Sutra, Buddha says.
Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it..
Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumored by many.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books.
Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.
Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations.
But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.
- ?Lv 79 years ago
Research shows that the reason humans struggle with emotion to find equitable solutions is pinpointed the region of the brain called the insular cortex, or insula, which is also the seat of emotional reactions.
The fact that the brain has such a robust response to unfairness shows that sensing unfairness is a basic evolved capacity.
The emotional response to unfairness pushes people from extreme inequity and drives them to be fair. This observation shows our basic impulse to be fair isn't a complicated thing that we learn.
It therefore fully illustrates that all humans have morals controlled by the brain and that Christians are entirely wrong to try and claim morals as their own!!!!
But Christians found a way round it!!
Government statistics show that christians are vastly over represented in prisons for sexual, violent and fraudulent crime!!
The Catholic church is paying millions in compensation for the sex/pedophile crimes of their priests alone!!
Christians are vastly over represented in the divorce courts!!
Christians invented the concept of sin and then the idea that you could sin, ask forgiveness, get pardoned and start with a clean sheet!!
So no surprise that they are so expert at it is it?!!!Source(s): California Institute of Technology
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- Anonymous9 years ago
Verses in the bible clearly contradict the fundamental Christian claim that Jesus died for our sins. Jesus (pbuh) was a prophet of God, bringing a message to the children of Israel. You carry the consequences of your own sins.
- janhoiLv 69 years ago
No. It means you should turn your life around. Its like paying your mortgage for your house. You may have the money, but you still have to cash the check. If Jesus died and you haven't changed your life, it shows your heart is not regenerateSource(s): christian
- Anonymous9 years ago
Those who accept Jesus' sacrifice as appropriations for their sins then he also took the dues of our sins by laying down his life. All sin of those who accept him and confess their sins, WERE ALREADY (you get a sense of timelessness here and the foreknowledge of the Spirit) laid upon him and he who knew no sin became sin and he who knew no curse became a accursed. Have mercy on Jesus by stop practicing sin. Jesus was born knowing our loving Father and always called God, Father but on the cross Jesus said " my god my god why has thou forsaken me?" in which he called God, as God but not Father. Why you might ask? Well because of the sin placed upon Jesus the Father could not look on him because he cannot look upon sin and therefore the intimacy was broken between them, and Jesus took that broken intimacy (our broken intimacy) to Sheol and left it there and now all those who accept him he gave the ability to become sons of God and have a open path to intimacy with the Father just like Jesus has. The creation anxiously awaits the revelation of the sons of God the peacemakers not war makers. It is through Jesus the firstborn that you can come to the knowledge of God as your loving Father who is the Imageless Spirit of Life. That which is born of the flesh is flesh and that which is born of the Spirit is Spirit. Jesus (the Word) teaches us how to humble the time created and therefore illusion oriented self identity and therefore we reflect the Truth, the Imageless Spirit our Loving Father. The actual humbling though is left up to us alone.
- Anonymous9 years ago
We are born sinners, so everyday you like it or not you are sinning, our tendency everyday is to do something that is not right. But if we are aware of matters before sinning that one only god can give you an answer.
- MoiLv 79 years ago
Jesus took the sins of those with repentent hearts - so that he can change them into the people that he wants them to be
no repentance = no salvation
- flakesLv 44 years ago
Ooooookay, putting away the full JC ingredient, that is beside the point.. you're looking only at cutting-part heritage. look at historic heritage too. conflict, rape and homicide became rampant, more advantageous so than at present.