FREEDOM FROM SEVEN DEADLY SINS By: Billy Graham

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“Pope Gregory the Great, at the end of the sixth century, divided all sins under seven heads. He said that every sin that a man commits can be classified by seven words. He named the sins: pride, anger, envy, impurity, gluttony, slothfulness and avarice. They have been called down through the centuries “the seven deadly sins.” These sins are nowhere collectively mentioned in a single passage in the Bible, and yet they are all condemned separately in many places. Thomas Aquinas and most of the great theologians have agreed with Pope Gregory, and these seven deadly sins have become a recognized part of moral theology.

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Christian Education
Weight 58 gms
Product Type Book
Product Language English
Publishers GLS Publishing
Bindings Paperback
Usage Category General Interest
Pages 88
Dimension 101 x 165 x 4 mm

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