Introduction (CTT&T V3, Issue 2) (2021)
Why think about Sin in the 21st century? We have surely left Sin and such associated beliefs and morality behind? So would argue those who see themselves in the continuing wake of the Enlightenment, rationality and science. The atheist, agnostic and secularist especially could be affronted by any such discussion or even the raising of the question of Sin.
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