In the Bible, every chapter includes sin and its consequences, except four—the first two chapters of Genesis, before the fall, and the last two of Revelation, after the creation of the new heaven and earth. The story of the Bible essentially abounds with the themes of sin and our need for salvation. Since sin permeates every aspect of the human existence, we must understand it and how God provides grace to deliver us from it, both for ourselves and to help others.
In Hamartiology, our sin problem and its remedy are explored by answering questions like: What is sin? What is sin’s origin? Why did God allow sin in the first place? Is every sin equal? What is the unpardonable sin? What is the sin that results in death? What are temptations to sin and consequences of it? How can we conquer sin? and much more. Let’s study these together to find grace and mercy to walk in victory over sin. May God the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit richly bless your study!
Related Topics: Christian Life, Hamartiology (Sin)