Since the word sin - and its origins in Greek and Latin, have been around for over two thousand years, it is not going to fall out of dictionaries any time soon! Sin is not, as far as I am aware, a word used much by atheists and humanists because there is not for them the link to a God associated with human behaviour which is accepted as wrong and harmful by the majority of people.Quote
I'm guessing that you favour there being no such thing as 'sin' as such a position would be consistent with secularism?
Is it your personal opinion that an act labelled as sin is defined as against God's law and mistakes of whatever degree of harm-causing are not against said law? If so, how do you separate the two? What is the