Reconciling Contemporary Science and the Doctrine of Original Sin

Reconciling Contemporary Science and the Doctrine of Original Sin

Much has been made about a conflict between the perspective of the natural sciences and the Church’s teaching on original sin. There are no doubt challenges to contend with, but these are by no means overwhelming.

The Fall and Original Sin

The Fall and Original Sin

Before we begin to discuss the fall, it will be helpful to talk a little about free will. Free will arises out of a combination of several of the capacities of our transphysical soul (and God’s presence to it). At the center of free will is our capacity for self-consciousness enabling us to create our own inner world – indeed to create our own moral essence.

The 12 Capacities of Man's TransPhysical Soul

The 12 Capacities of Man's TransPhysical Soul

Our transphysical soul—and God’s presence to it—allows for 12 capacities that are inaccessible to artificial and animal consciousness, give us the capacity to survive bodily death, and experience continued existence in a transphysical domain.

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