• I have a link: according to this site: In order for a sin to be mortal, it must meet three conditions: * Mortal sin is a sin of grave matter * Mortal sin is committed with full knowledge of the sinner * Mortal sin is committed with deliberate consent of the sinner This means that mortal sins cannot be done "accidentally." A person who commits a mortal sin is one who knows that their sin is wrong, but still deliberately commits the sin anyway. This means that mortal sins are "premeditated" by the sinner and thus are truly a rejection of God’s law and love i hope this helps. a list of possible mortal sins includes:Adultery, fornication, uncleanness, lasciviousness, idolatry, witchcraft, hatred, variance, emulations, wrath, strife, seditions, heresies, envyings, murders, drunkenness, revellings
  • If you accept the concept, I'd classify any act which hurts anyone else or even your own self- sinful. Others would include acts which dishonor your God. If you need further clarification, there are currently 359 other questions re: sin in AB. There ought to be something substantial in all those Q and A's! pts for the Q!
  • If your a catholic or you want to look at the sins considered of a catholic you can check out this website. There is a lot of information of different types of sins. I. Nature of sin II. Division III. Mortal Sin IV. Venial Sin V. Permission and Remedies VI. The Sense of Sin Otherwise sin 1. a transgression of the law of God 2. a serious fault; an error
  • It's what they call it when you break laws set by this book written long time ago, and rewritten and translated hundreds of time, not that the original version was any more valid or true than todays version...
  • Mortal sin is rejecting God, conciously, gravely, and willingly. It is what sends us to hell, because we choose it knowingly.
  • it's trivial information

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