Adult Nonfiction BV4626 .T66 2007
Summary: Pride, greed, envy, anger, lust, gluttony, and sloth--although the so-called seven deadly sins were originally a medieval convention, contemporary culture still finds each sin attractive and evocative. Drawing on the Christian faith, this engaging study examines the origins and meaning behind each of the seven sins. Graham Tomlin also provides suggestions on how individuals might overcome their tendency to commit these sins in a practical and focused manner. Written in a thoughtful and measured style, this is a compelling survey for anyone interested in philosophy and theology, or for those seeking ways to live a more positive life.
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