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INTRODUCTION
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We have seen that Jesus is The Way to a better life, even here on earth
2. But much more importantly, Jesus is the way to forgiveness for our sins!
[To understand why we need forgiveness and how Jesus provides the way to forgiveness is the purpose of this lesson.
It is important, then, that we begin by properly defining sin...]
I. THE DEFINITION OF SIN
A. SOME MISCONCEPTIONS OF SIN...
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That it is nothing more than a violation of human relationships
2. That an action is sinful only if:
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It is frowned upon by society
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It violates their own conscience
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