Seven Deadly Sins, 7 Deadly Sins, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Lust, Pride, Envy, Original Sin

Seven Deadly Sins, 7 Deadly Sins, Gluttony, Greed, Sloth, Wrath, Lust, Pride, Envy, Original Sin

Seven Deadly Sins

Beliefnet is the leading website covering religion and spirituality. Our coverage of the seven deadly sins offers a comprehensive and interactive look at greed, gluttony, lust, wrath, envy, sloth, and pride. Investigate what the 7 deadly sins mean today and take a quiz to determine how guilty of each sin you are. Beliefnet also offers articles and discussions about what sin means in various faiths and what religions believe about original sin. Our sin features include:
  • Analysis of what each sin represents and what it means today
  • Quizzes to test how guilty you are of each of the seven deadly sins
  • A guide to what major faith traditions teach about each deadly sin
  • A look at the concept of original sin in every faith
Please choose a topic below to explore the seven deadly sins or what your faith teaches about sin in general.

SEVEN DEADLY SINS

The Deadly Sins in Every Faith

Use Beliefnet's Seven Deadly Sins Series to explore what each of the sins mean today and what each religion says about sin.

How Guilty of Sin Are You?

Take a quiz to test how greedy, gluttonous, slothful, wrathful, lustful, envious, or prideful you are.

ORIGINAL SIN

What Does Your Faith Teach About the Nature of Sin?

Take the Belief-o-Matic quiz and then follow the links to see what your faith teaches about original sin.

JESUS AND SIN

Was Christ's Death Payment for Sin?

Jesus's suffering was a rescue mission, not a payment to the Father. By Frederica Mathewes-Green

Jesus' Sacrifice?

Many Christians see Jesus' death as a payment or sacrifice for sin. But this meaning isn't found in Mark's gospel. By Marcus J. Borg and John Dominic Crossan

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