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The Study of Sins.

The Study of Sins.

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EDITED BY THE

REV. CANON H. D. M. SPENCE, M.A.,

REV. JOSEPH S. EXELL, M.A.,

REV. CHARLES NEIL, M.A.
EDITED BY THE

REV. CANON H. D. M. SPENCE, M.A.,

REV. JOSEPH S. EXELL, M.A.,

REV. CHARLES NEIL, M.A.

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THE STUDY OF SIS.
EDITED BY THEREV. CAO H. D. M. SPECE, M.A.,REV. JOSEPH S. EXELL, M.A.,REV. CHARLES EIL, M.A.A.— ITRODUCTIO— RESPECTIG SI GEERALLY ... 112B.— LIST OF VARIOUS SIS _ ... ._ ... 136DIVISIO A.ITRODUCTIO.C^ef Sectional Index, pp. 522, 523, and General Index at the end of last volume.)SyLLA3[/S.1— SI GEERALLY. tagbI. Meaning of the Term „ .„ 112II. Its Definition 112III. Its Description and Real Character 112IV. Distinction between Crime and Sin 113V. The ature of Sin 113VI. Human Depravity 113VII. The (Universal) Consciousness of the Existence of Sin iijVIII. Its Characteristics 116
 
IX. Its Various Classes and Aspects 1201 Believers, Sins of 1202 Besetting Sins ... ... ... ... ... ... ... .„ ... ... 1203 Little Sins (so-called) « 1224 Mortal and Venial Sins ... ._ ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1245 Omission and Commission, Sins of ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 1246 Past, Sins of the „ 1257 Presumptuous Sins „ 1268 Respectable Sins (so-called) 1269 .Secret Sins ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 12710 Unpardonable Sin, the ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... 127X. Excuses for Sinning „ ... 128XI. The Christian's Attitude in Regard to Sinners _ ... 129XII. Co.mmon-Sense Reasons against Sinning 129XIII. Punishment of Sin „ 130XIV. Delusion of Sin [to believe a Lie] 131XV. Practical Counsels _ 131IISSECTIO XIV.SIS.
 
DIVISIO A.ITRODUCTIO-RESPECTIG SI GEERALLY.ITRODUCTIO.I. Sin (Generally) : Meaning of the Term.[11189] "Sin," and the converse term "hoU-ness," are rehgious terms, the correlative expres-sions "vice" and "virtue" referring to moralphilosophy, and "crime" to state offence. "Sin"includes the meaning of several Hebrew andGreek terms, such as VtJ'1, anapria, forensicfailure ; rUJCi napajiaai^, transgression of theboundary line of right and wrong ; U'J'D. avojiia,lawlessness ; Vi kokio, evil ; and 110 (strongerthan all), aTronraaia, revolt.II. Its Definition.I Sin is the self-determined following of man's perverse will, in opposition to theholy and pure will of God.[11 190] Sin is wilful disobedience of God'scommandments proceeding from distrust, andleading to confusion and trouble. — R. B. Girdle-stone.[11191] It results in a direct way from theoriginal depravation of our nature, and springsout of the imperious demands of self ; it is ablind striving for present gratification in wayscondemned by God.[i 1 192] It is the evidence of Satanic rebellionstirring the heart and driving it on to viciousthoughts and deeds by suggestion of evil.[11 193] It is a centring of the corrupt heartupon self itself, taking the form either 01 tower-ing pride, or unscrupulous ambition, or lust of pre-eminence, regardless of the means used for

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