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Sin sounds strange and strong

By William Gomes

“Some rise by sin, and some by virtue fall,” wrote William Shakespeare, expressing the concept of sin in his own way, painting with his pen a vivid picture of “sin” and “sinners.” The mysterious concept of sin starts in religion as a way of introducing the supremacy of a perfect God, while Satan emerges from mystery, as eternal evil produced out of an eternal entity.

In the Abrahamic traditions, sin came into being at the creation of the world, when Satan was introduced and Eve sinned. Adam fell because of Eve, God triumphed and the age of infinity began. It remains a mystery what the source of perfect evil was that produced Satan, how evil came out of the holiest place, and how evil defeated the perfect God and his creation.

In Abrahamic concepts, Lord Jesus Christ claimed that he came for the sinners. On the other hand, the Prophet Mohammed shared his expertise on sin, sinner and Satan and revealed the “satanic verses.”

While many prophets that fall in sin are tilled as sinners, Jesus was bound to come as man to defeat the Satan in mortal body although he is the God of Eden where Adam, Eve and sin prevailed before the world.

The introduction to sin, sinner and Satan really introduces two absolute powers – one is God and the other the evil Satan. That means good deeds are a form of God and evil things go to Satan and become satanic.

The mystery of sin and its creator leaves too many questions such as: what created sin, why and how, and can God sin or not?

While the most negative idea of sin and its relation to Satan come out of a positive God, the mystery lies in the root of God. While Satan and God fight to show their supremacy, man becomes the victim of democracy by a dictator God – the Satan of Eden.

Conceptions of Sin and God vary widely in deism, henotheism and monotheism but one main thing is very common in all religions that there is God and sin.

Religion is the constructive idea of the satanic mystery. Politics has become one of the carriers of religions. As Seneca said, religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.

Currently many religions are also recognized as the religion of the country. There are states based on Christianity, Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism. When two major countries fight over the supremacy of their religion, many are killed and sin sounds strange on the blooded road. God remains defeated and Satan triumphs.

In the 9/11 terror attacks, religious extremism was strongly active and become the inspiration behind the brutal attack. As God is busy to prove that Satan is wrong, all religions fight to prove that they are right and the other is wrong.

The last version of the Eden mystery represents the religion Islam and the fight continues among the satanic mystics that cause the world pain and misery.

A global report on Muslim population worldwide points out that census conducted in more than 200 countries puts the Muslim population at 1.57 billion. This means, nearly 1 in 4 people in the world are Muslims. That represents 23 percent of an estimated world population of 6.8 billion.

The Eden mystery of Sin and satanic dilemma is now affecting the world and will leave the world more on a satanic course. If the world fails to bring an end to the satanic mystery of Eden, the satanic mystery will bring an end to the world.

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