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All sins are gone what's left nothing.

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Submitted by Nuray (Germany), Oct 19, 2006 at 19:40

You wrote that "This is certainly no imaginary sin. Christ did not pay for Adam and Eve's sins alone, but for mine and yours and every other human who ever has or will ever live. Christ took the burden of every sin ever commited "

All of us are responsible from our own free actions. How can another person take the responsibility of our sins? Does it make sense to you? Not to me. We Muslims are supposed to improve ourselves to be better persons. We take lessons from our mistakes, try to not to repeat to be forgiven by Allah. To sacrife humans for the interest of others is belong to early centuries, not to modern ages.

The imaginary sin theory of Christians is actually harmless. All sins are gone what's left nothing. It doesn't do any good or bad things. It won't change anything in your life, never help to control yourself.

Nuray

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