Seven Deadly Sins
Christianity supplements the Ten Commandments with the Seven Deadly Sins,
which are lust, envy, gluttony, sloth, greed, anger, and pride. These sins
pertain to individuals, but not to groups, and thereby, exonerate societal sins.
The Seven Deadly Sins should be supplemented with Society’s Seven Deadly
Sins, which are hunger, thirst, homelessness, sickness, illiteracy, bigotry, and
poverty. These sins violate basic human rights and reflect institutionalized
societal neglect. Let’s evaluate and grade societies accordingly.
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