What is the Doctrine of Original Sin and Why is it Important?

“Both Roman Catholics and Protestants historically hold to the doctrine of original sin. One of the first major historic figures to oppose this doctrine was Pelagius, a fifth-century heretic who taught that man is essentially good and that through their free moral agency, man chooses to rebel against God.” 

(The Dissenter) There is a growing movement within Evangelical churches to reject the doctrine of original sin. The doctrine of original sin teaches that through Adam, all people are born with an inherent nature inclined toward sin and are in need of the regenerating work of the Holy Spirit to remove the sin nature and replace it with a new nature inclined toward God….

In short, this is the biblical definition of being “born again.”

The doctrine of original sin is supported by various passages within Scripture including the following: Romans 5:12-14 states… View article →



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