An Assessment on the Nature and Consequences of Sin According to the Old, New Testaments, and one of the Patristic Writers

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Lovemore Makore, CMM

Abstract

A fundamental principle that Christian anthropology teaches is that man is created in the image and likeness of God (Genesis 1:27). On the contrary, having been created in God’s image, man is tainted with sin. Revelation in scripture and patristic tradition attempts to explain this reality. This article, assess the nature of sin and its consequences as is revealed in the Old and New Testament as well as Irenaeus’ theology of sin.

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How to Cite
Makore, L. (2019). An Assessment on the Nature and Consequences of Sin According to the Old, New Testaments, and one of the Patristic Writers. DARE : Holy Trinity College Journal, (11), 90-95. Retrieved from http://journals.cuz.ac.zw/index.php/dare/article/view/82