Why do we rationalize sin?

The reality of sin is quite simple: Sin separates and sin destroys.

Sin separates us from God and from one another. Sin separates us from peace. Sin separates us from joy. Sin destroys family, relationships, community. Sin forges a wedge of hatred between cultures, denominations and political parties. Between interest groups, races and genders. Sin convinces us that we are right and everyone else is wrong and that this distinction is more important than love. Sin numbs a heart until it no longer yearns after people—and eventually no longer yearns after God.

From an article, www.relevantmagazine.com, written by mark steele, adapted from his

book christianish

From the blog of a friend of mine. Go check it out; she’s pretty cool: http://chelseaksmith.blogspot.com/

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