The Doctrine of Sin vs Sigmund Freud


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This video is about the origin, nature, extent and the consequences of sin. There is a shortage of teaching on this subject even among grace circles. It is important for us to understand that doctrine and how it works.

This doctrine came under major scrutiny, in this country, in the early 1900’s due in large part to the churches caving into the teachings of Sigmund Freud which says that man is basically good and just needs to release his inner wants and needs.

Freud said – “I started my professional activity as a neurologist trying to bring relief to my neurotic patients” His patients were “neurotic” because of suppressed SIN. Freud succeeded in eliminating the “shame” associated with sin.

Freudism gave rise to the I’m OK, your OK society in which we live today.

Freudism gave rise to the acceptance of blame shifting to avoid personal responsibility.

Freudism gave rise to the basic goodness of man contrary to the Word of God.

Freudism gave rise to situation ethics which is – A system of ethics that evaluates acts in light of their situational context rather than by the application of moral absolutes. Which means if you can get away with it DO IT – Forgetting that the Bible says: Num 32:23 … be sure your sin will find you out.

The nature of sin is to be religious!