We call the most serious and grave sins, mortal sins. Only legitimate therapeutic use is acceptable CCC 2290. In this case death is not willed, but is merely accepted as inevitable and cannot be impeded. John is referring to mortal sin here.
Therefore, although I committed adultery, or murdered someone, or fornicated, or robbed the bank, [or committed any other mortal sin], God still loves me, I love God, and I am going to heaven. Traditionally, Catholic moral theology has distinguished between a mortal and a venial sin.
Deliberate and unrepented venial sin disposes us little by little to commit mortal sin.
Deuteronomy 18: In the First Letter of St. James explains a little more precisely what he means. However, venial sin does weaken grace in the soul and damages our relationship with God. If homosexuals are born with the condition, then they are called to live a life of Christian purity and chastity for the greater love of Christ.
These two categories of sin are explicitly to be found in Sacred Scripture. Our Lord himself provides us with several of them in Matthew 15: Thus all Christians are bound to participate in the Mass, and must partake of the Eucharist at least on holy days of obligation.
A person who frequently indulges in venial sin is very likely to collapse into mortal sin if they persist in their evil ways.
Both acts are gravely sinful when they condemn the innocent, exonerate the guilty or increase punishment of the accused. Human weakness of will and lack of conformity to God is a result of the fall of mankind that causes a disorder between soul and body called concupiscence which is often manifested in lust.
In order for a sin to be mortal, it must meet three conditions: The most common Bible verse used against the very Catholic and very biblical doctrines concerning mortal and venial sin is James 2: It has been defined [by St.
Paul gives us a list of grave sins. All wrongdoing is sin, but there is sin which is not deadly. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained" John 20: These sins strain or break the bonds of unity with the offender and the Catholic Church.
That choice though is lived-out each day of our lives by the individual choices we make to do good. That kind of wound is analogous to the effect of venial sin.