As children of the Enlightenment, Unitarian Universalists are prone to dismiss the concept of sin. in this homily, I suggest that the concept of sin is quite useful, and that in dismissing it we are perhaps left without a replacement that could help us speak of the irreducible capacity for evil that dwells in every human heart.
Speaker: Pedro A. Sandin Fremaint
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