Episode #13

Topics: Sin (Part 1), Masturbation, 7 Deadly Sins

Download Episode 13 here (Part 1 of 2)


Recorded 02/06/2011



From James:


Hi Guys,

I really enjoyed the sing-along. It’s kinda sad the world didn’t end after that rousing rendition of R.E.M.





From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

For other uses, see Sin (disambiguation) and Sinner (disambiguation).

This article needs additional citations for verification.

Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (April 2010)



A Sistine Chapel

fresco depicts the expulsion of Adam and Eve from the garden of Eden for their sin of eating from the fruit of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil.

A sin is an act that violates a known moral

rule. The term sin may also refer to the state of having committed such a violation. Commonly, the moral code of conduct is decreed by a divine entity, i.e. divine law. Sin may also refer to refraining from action or simply desiring to act in violation of a moral norm. Fundamentally, sin is rebellion against, or resistance to, the direction of supreme

authority, and enmity toward, avoidance of, or hatred of the good.[citation needed] Sin may also refer to something within human nature that has a proclivity to sin (see concupiscence).

Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin>


Seven deadly sins


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This article is about cardinal sins. For the ballet, see The Seven Deadly Sins.

“Seven sins” redirects here. For the album by HeavensDust, see Seven Sins (album).


Hieronymus Bosch‘s The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things

The Seven Deadly Sins, also known as the Capital Vices or Cardinal Sins, is a classification of objectionable vices that have been used since early Christian times to educate and instruct followers concerning fallen humanity’s tendency to sin. The currently recognized version of the list is usually given as wrath, greed, sloth, pride, lust, envy, and gluttony.

Pasted from <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seven_deadly_sins>


Brian’s Swedish day of old cars…



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3 responses to “Episode #13”

  1. murraybiscuit says :

    my major gripe around with original sin is with the attempt to reconcile it with evolution. problem is that christian theology goes down a slippery slope if you concede evolution… if adam and eve weren’t literal, what then of original sin? was cro-magnon man responsible for our curse? if genesis is metaphorical, what then of abram/abraham? what of the flood and noah (which in itself has major issues)? what of the blessing of abraham’s tribe, of the old and new covenant, of typology and foreshadowing? what of the new covenant and christ? if the first and the last book in the tome are metaphorical, then what of the part in between? where does one draw the line? it all becomes hugely complicated in my opinion, trying to assert certain core truths as literal historical events and others as mere metaphor… oh well.

    anyways, an idea for you guys: how about a slot for random deity of the week?
    i think often we’re too christ centric in our understanding of belief (myself included).
    they also have a neat little piece of code which you can add to your blog for their deity of the day feed

  2. Owen Swart says :

    Hey guys

    I’ve got a technical niggle you might want to know about.

    My podcatcher of choice (Google Listen) hasn’t picked up your last few episodes as being podcasts, so I’ve had to come to the site to download them manually.

    I know that some podcatchers need to have the full URL of the MP3 file included in the text of the post in order for them to pick up the fact that it’s a podcast. I haven’t tested it, but I gather iTunes needs it too.

    The way we do it for Consilience is we put the full URL at the bottom of the post and set the text colour to white so it doesn’t look funny.

    Thanks again, and keep up the good work!

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