|Living large: Oatmeal with raisins and dried Montmorency cherries|
It is becoming increasingly apparent that the idea of "sin" has been jettisoned by many of the younger generation.
After much pondering, I think it is because they suffer from stunted intellects and malnourished spiritual lives. They are addicted to approval and are too intellectually lazy to grapple with the tension that no person is perfect and no person is purely evil. We are all mosaics in shades of gray.
I am not sure what the answer is. But I do know that it is not found in capitulation to existentialism.