Disputes about sin: St. Ambrose, St. Augustine and manicheanism - 25 words to speak an ethical language

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Disputes about sin: St. Ambrose, St. Augustine and manicheanism

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St. Ambrose defined that those who transgress are also responsible for the sin of those who carry the consequences.
St. Augustine distinguished moral laws from the way of life; the alternative is between living according to the flesh or according to the Spirit, dominated by the desire or in the grace to responsibly respect God’s commands and the duties of discipline.
Man chooses how to live and whether to belong to Christ, in relation to others or in the rejection of responsibility.
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