Whatever Happened to Sin?
Many moons ago, when I was a freshman in high school, smoking was about the worst thing kids would do. By the time I was a senior, it was “going all the way,” if you catch my drift. Perhaps that’s when sin began to be erased, or at least the idea of sin . Since then, humans have worked tirelessly to accept, normalize, and even protect sinful actions. What we once knew as sin —because the Bible said so and because our consciences made us feel it—no longer has that label. Think about it. What thing, considered wrong and sinful when you were young, is fully accepted today? The big one I mentioned earlier hits a bit closer to home: sex outside of marriage, aka sexual immorality, or fornication, as some Bible translations call it.  Not only was it wrong, but we knew it was wrong and tried to hide it. (I didn’t come to Christ until I was married with two children, so that should explain a lot. And I take full responsibility for my part in the dissolving sin —which is why I’m writ