Venial Sin Doctrine is Hypocrisy

Sin is an offence against God in thought, word, deed or omission. It is a crime against God.

In the Roman Catholic Church you will be instructed that there are two kinds of sin: mortal sin and venial sin.

Mortal sin is sin that cuts you away from God’s friendship leaving you his enemy. Christianity asserts that its just punishment is everlasting punishment. An example is drunkenness or adultery (1 Corinthians 6:9,10). Grace is God’s power that works inside you to make you pleasing to him. Mortal sin kills it why is why it is called mortal. It kills the soul’s relationship with God and also kills you by making you deserve death for the Bible says the wages of sin is death and that because of sin all die. So sinning mortally is not just a bad thing to do but it is also murderous. It is an attempt to kill yourself out of spite towards God.

Venial sin is sin that does not terminate the fellowship. Venial is just a weakening of your friendship with God and is not as bad as mortal.

The Church claims that all sins are grave for they offend such a good God but that all sins are not mortal. Incidentally, the Koran asserts that only certain kinds of sin, the allegedly graver sins, put you in Hell (Sura 53:32).

To commit a mortal sin you have to have full knowledge of what you are doing and its seriousness and to do it freely.
Is venial sin really mortal sin in disguise?

The Roman doctrines of the difference between mortal and venial sin are unbelievable for it is plainer than the skin on one’s hands that one disagrees with the other.
People might buy the lies out of short sightedness and forgetfulness of what God’s unlimited love implies about sin.

If God is really infinitely good then he must be infinitely offended when any sin is committed so all sins are infinite offences or mortal. All sins would be unlimited ingratitude for the unlimited good God would do for you. He gave you your existence and that is infinitely valuable in itself.

Suppose some sins are not infinitely evil. If I commit a venial sin then though the sin would not be seem to be very evil the contempt expressed by doing something so small against such a good God would be a mortal sin. The smaller the requirement that I won’t keep, the worse is the insult I offer. This does not and cannot mean that it is preferable to commit a mortal sin for it is a mortal sin.
Suppose all sin is mortal. Suppose not all mortal sin is equally bad. Suppose for example that to rob a bank, a mortal sin in Catholicism, is not as bad as murdering somebody, another mortal sin. In committing these acts, I choose to reject God, all my friends and family, all the blessings I have, to rot in Hell forever. I would be total evil in my heart if not in my actions. That is a mortal sin by itself. The robbery or murder is one thing but the rejection of all love is another. It is an additional sin. That means that every time I rob a bank I commit this additional sin. That means every time I murder I commit this additional sin as well. In both cases the additional sin is equal.

If a sin could be mortal but you are not sure, then you are saying to God, "If I am heading for Hell doing this then so be it!". That is a mortal sin in itself. The way the Church makes the slightest sexual thought to be a mortal sin shows that you don't need to be doing much harm to be a mortal sinner. Most Catholics cannot tell or are not sure if an act they are considering is a mortal sin. They do such acts every day. Who then can be saved? Even a theologian wouldn't be exempt for the matter is so complicated.
Every sin you commit is a sin that cannot be undone – you cannot go back in time to make it not have happened. The sin will be perceived by God forever for he sees all things and is outside time. To sin is to blight God’s creation forever for it is bringing about an evil that is permanent in the sense that it still happened. Thus all sin must be infinitely bad.

If every sin is infinitely offensive then no sin can be any worse so all sin is equally bad. Sins can be worse or better only in the sense that they do greater or lesser damage. The sin is mortal not because of the harm it does but because it is intended to tell God to get stuffed. Why? Because if God is infinite good then we are to love him for his own sake and to love ourselves and others for his sake. You cannot commit an infinite offence unless you intend to mock God.
The harm sin does to others is nothing compared to what sin in its contempt says to God.

Rome is sort of patting the person who commits a so-called venial sin on the back by refusing to look on it as mortal. To do that is to commit a mortal sin for it is ignoring its seriousness. The Roman God half-rewards mortal sin and forces himself on those who don’t want him, the so-called venial sinners, despite Rome’s insistence on his respect for free will. Rome informs us that God is all-evil if he does not respect human free choice for then he has no excuse for allowing evil and suffering. When you praise God for this gospel you are praising Satan for he would have to be the originator of that doctrine. Once you attribute evil to God he will not accept your worship so it goes to Lucifer.
If God won't treat mortal sins as they deserve even though the person is not sorry for them that shows he cannot have any real regard for forgiveness. Neither can those who act in his name, his collaborators.

How can Catholics who know that all sin is total opposition to God love their enemies when they are flippant towards true forgiveness in the ways we have discovered? Christ told us that we would know the false prophets by their fruits!

Observations like this have led many to argue that the Catholic Church is not a religion that knows what true love is. And that the Church is putting souls in danger of falling into satanic devotion. They would add that this devilish system seems to want to damn the soul with its fake forgiveness. How can it forgive in the name of God when its doctrine is evil and its morality is bogus? 

Venial sin does not make sense if there is a God. All sin demands and deserves and wins everlasting punishment. If sin takes you to Hell, then what if you think you are okay when you die and are not sorry for venial sin? Blame the Church!  The real motive for affirming venial and mortal sin is so that the Church can rationalise its doctrine of purgatory where you are cleansed of sin after death and the doctrine of hell where  you go forever for cleansing cannot happen.

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