The condition of sin in the Wisdom Books - 25 words to speak an ethical language
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The condition of sin in the Wisdom Books

Those, who find mortification or alienation in the following God’s command, ignore that the Law is a condition for life.
A free refusal is a tragic and always lurking risk, whilst freedom is rather a gift to be answered and which to base responsibility on.
The misuse of freedom makes sin possible in the inexplicable mystery which was at the origin of death for not having trusted in God.
In the salvific plan Wisdom immediately raised man up from his fall, so the conscience perceives evil, recognizes the transgression against God and invokes Him for the gift of purification from sins.
The Father’s paternal solicitude presents the grace of Redemption; it calls for a radical and vital change that can be decided in freedom and responsibility; it is Love freely fulfilled by the Son, Who saves from sin. -  email:
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