No one can seriously deny that sin brings suffering into human experience; this fact is too clearly seen in the suffering of the criminal, the debauchee, the inebriate, and others whom mankind in general look upon as having transgressed some special law. The statement, however, that all suffering is directly or indirectly the result of sin, does not meet with such ready acceptance.
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