For example, you can't accuse a blind man for something he can't see. So is it still sin to God even though they're spiritually blind? Is unbelief a sin? Hey everyone. I'm trying to understand why these individuals are the way they are, why they hold to their beliefs. Is it something God implants in them, or is it just a word that man has given himself to cover sin? Christians say that their unbelief is a sin, so when they say that "sin" is just a religious word, can they still worship false gods?
I just don't understand because it's easy to pronounce unbelief in God. Anybody can do that, it's about as easy as turning on the television set. For example, a born again christian has had a physical and mental experience with the holy spirit. It was physical and mental. So does the beliefs of ATH/M/AGN/P also conclude physical and mental things that have happened in their lives? A mormon doesn't become a mormon unless the devil's (or cults) are involved so to speak, right? Back when I was a nonbeliever, I never gave myself a label to describe who I was. So forgive me, I might not understand what labels are for, maybe you can help me understand. 1. atheism 2. mormonism 3. agnosticism 4. paganism