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"Sin: Radical Evil in Soul and Society" - A Review
A review of Ted Peters' book "Sin: Radical Evil in Soul and Society."
# 131256 | 750 words | 1 source | 2006 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Religion and Theology (General) , Sociology (General)


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This paper reviews the book "Sin: Radical Evil in Soul and Society" by Ted Peters. The paper discusses the seven steps to radical evil: Anxiety, Unfaith, Pride, Concupiscence, Self-justification, Cruelty, and Blasphemy. The essence of radical evil is in satanism. It concludes with Ted Peters' description of the solution, which is radical love.

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"In his book, Sin: Radical Evil in Soul and Society, Ted Peters tackles the subject of sin and evil in human lives and the lives of society. According to Peters, sin is a progression that leads to radical evil, or evil pursued in the name of evil. Peters states in his thesis that this book is not designed to create a checklist of do's and don'ts, bur rather to "expand our vision to include the big picture of the dynamics of sin individually and collectively, . . . suggesting some guiding principles for improving our human lot, such as living lives of love." The first step in this progression towards radical evil is anxiety, which..."

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