At least you've got a sense of humor...that's something.<quoted text>
Just my own little abbreviation.
To answer your earlier post, hey man great to see you. Lol
As far as abortion.
if abortion was not a forgivable sin, then No sin is.
If beong gay was not a forgivable sin, then No sin is.
If commiting adultery was a unforgivable sin, then No sin is.
Every sin is forgiveable, except when some one rejects the free gift of God, untill they die, or untill they reach a point where God no longer offers them the gift.
People want and demand exactly what is due them, unless it is a speeding ticket. Or worse. Lol
The price of one sin is higher then any can pay.
If God was to judge you by the 10 c's when you die -how would you fair?
I can tell you how I would've faired.
I would've been guilty.
A lying, stealing, adulterating, murderous, blasphemer of God.
So, that is why I am sooo thankfull, for the wonderful gift of God.
What can wash away my Sins, nothing but the blood of Jesus :)
However, wouldn't your "personal abbreviation" be better served as "P-Kaw's?"
While I don't share your system of beliefs, I do happen to be someone who's "explored" that pathway and still find it rather fascinating even though I don't subscribe to that particular theology--indeed, I don't happen to belong to any "organized" religion. Were I to, I think that "Taoism" would probably be the one I'd choose though, to be honest, I don't possess the measure of self-discipline that's necessary for that system's teachings to have any "meaningful" effect on me.
Still, I do my best to try to "find my way," as it were...
You may ask me about how "God" would judge me at the moment of my demise till you're "blue-in-the-face," but the fact of the matter is that I'm not going to be able to provide you with an answer you'll find satisfactory.
I don't happen to believe in "God" in the same way that you do.
The "Abrahamic God" of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, is not a deity that I happen to believe in.
Sin, in my opinion, is nothing more or less than a person's struggle with guilt over a decision/action/feeling they're experiencing. They can rationalize it, psychoanalyze it, pray over it... What really matters is whether or not they're able to come to terms with it.