Aug 5, 2006
Stepping forward from the previous episode, let's see where we can go once we get past the obstructors.
I added "101" to the title because in a college catalogue, the 101 courses are the ones that are for beginners with no prerequisites or presumed knowledge of the subject. Not that you haven't heard the terms before, but because we need to understand some more proper definitions.
"Sin" comes from an ancient archery term meaning "to miss the mark". That's different from some definitions which connote breaking a rule. And if sin is missing the mark, we could call sainthood the state of completing our lives on this plane on-target.
And by that definition, sainthood is not the exclusive domain of Christians. What of Stewart Farrar, Doreen Valiente, Scott Cunningham or Lord Serphant? Why not!
Let's look at it from that perspective and see if we discover something hiding in plain sight, waiting for us to discover.