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TRS 261- Week 6 Notes

by: Anna Borges

TRS 261- Week 6 Notes TRS 261

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These notes discuss Bible readings and the difference between sin and evil.
Enduring Questions in Catholic Theology
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Anna Borges on Wednesday January 20, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to TRS 261 at Catholic University of America taught by Reverend Audrey Wiggins in Fall 2014. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see Enduring Questions in Catholic Theology in Religious Studies at Catholic University of America.


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Date Created: 01/20/16
“I can resist anything, except temptation.” –Oscar Wilde I. Evil and Sin A. Genesis 3 1. V. 1-5 2. V. 6- when sin comes into the world a) Temptation (she saw) b) Desire (tree was to be desired) c) Action (she ate) B. Sin: disobeyed God C. V.8-13 1. They hid and blamed a) Instead of taking responsibility they blamed God D. V. 14-19 1. Consequences a) Woman: painful childbirth b) Man: work hard c) Shame of nudity d) Broken relationships (1) With each other, God, and the earth E. V. 20-24 1. Humanity lives with guilt and shame (were innocent before sin) 2. Cast out of Eden F. McCabe’s three types of Sin 1. Original Sin a) The sin we have from our own origin in this world: a sin we have not committed 2. Mortal sin a) Betrayal of Baptism b) A serious attack upon life of charity c) We reject the life of charity, the love of God within us d) Only the absolutely unmerited gift of grace, of contrition, can bring us back to divine life again 3. Venial sin a) Does not destroy or diminish the divine life of charity within us b) Is simply failing to grow in charity, missing opportunities of growth c) Remedy: be more caring and loving toward others


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