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Fundament Question: When is an embryo afflicted with original sin?

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Everyone is born with original sin

since something is life the exact second that the sperm meets the egg, how long until it carries the burden of Adam and Eve's sin?

Are there a bunch of miscarried fertilized eggs floating around purgatory? Do they conjeal like a damned can of caviar?

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Nice. I support this thread. My reasons for being against abortion are anything but religious.

Without doubt the greatest injury of all was done by basing morals on myth.

For, sooner or later, myth is recognized for what it is, and disappears.

Then morality loses the foundation on which it has been built.

LORD HERBERT LOUIS SAMUEL

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Original sin is something created by the Catholic church. Does NOT exist.

It's many of the reasons why people get thier babies baptized. Babys have NOT sinned. Don't know what sin is.

Not until a kid/young teen do they reach an age of accountability.

Original sin is a gigantic fallacy.

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maybe men should dip their balls in holy water first. baptize their sperm.

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maybe men should dip their balls in holy water first. baptize their sperm.

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Original sin is something created by the Catholic church. Does NOT exist.

It's many of the reasons why people get thier babies baptized. Babys have NOT sinned. Don't know what sin is.

Not until a kid/young teen do they reach an age of accountability.

Original sin is a gigantic fallacy.

You mean created by the 1st church? gotcha...

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You mean created by the 1st church? gotcha...

By 1st church do you mean 1st Century?

Original sin is more of a catholic tradition/teaching. I should say the Catholic church is more apt to believe this than other denominations.

It is simply not found in the bible.

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It is simply not found in the bible.

since when has that stopped anyone from believing something

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since when has that stopped anyone from believing something

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sin is something created by the church. Does NOT exist.

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