Here's a thought. If you took out terms like "Doctrine," "Original Sin," "Arminianism," "Calvinism," "Traditionalism," "Liberal," "Christian," "Unconditional Consequences," "Fall of Man," and "Generational Curse" you would be left only with having to describe simply what the Bible says. That is, the truth unimpeded by tradition. It's so much to poke around with that one has difficulty seeing the trees for the forest.Do you accept the Doctrine of Original Sin?
If so, what would you say the Doctrine of Original Sin teaches?
If you don't accept it; why not?
I accept the Doctrine of Original sin. After being here at CARM Forums for so long now, I think Original Sin (or the lack there-of) plays a Fundamental part concerning the differences between Arminianism and Calvinism; and let's say Traditionalism and other Liberal Christian beliefs. So I'll start out by saying the Doctrine of Original Sin teaches there are "Unconditional Consequences" dealt out because of the Fall of Man, which are a Generational Curse...