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I believe that the worst sin for somebody to commit would have to be suicide. No matter what happens, especially if it's a situation where you did something wrong and believe that suicide is the only way to redeem your actions, you're wrong. To me suicide is a form of running away and that is why it's considered a sin.
I believe that the worst sin for somebody to commit would have to be suicide. No matter what happens, especially if it's a situation where you did something wrong and believe that suicide is the only way to redeem your actions, you're wrong. To me suicide is a form of running away and that is why it's considered a sin.
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Are There Degrees of Sin? Are some sins worse than others? The question may be answered either yes or no, depending on the sense in which it is intended. a. Legal Guilt: In terms of our legal standing before God, any one sin, even what may seem to be a very small one, makes us legally guilty before God and therefore worthy of eternal punishment. Adam and Eve learned this in the Garden of Eden, where God told them that one act of disobedience would result in the penalty of death (Gen. 2:17). And Paul affirms that “the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation” (Rom. 5:16). This one sin made Adam and Eve sinners before God, no longer able to stand in his holy presence. This truth remains valid through the history of the human race. Paul (quoting Deut. 27:26) affirms it: “Cursed be every one who does not abide by all things written in the book of the law, and do them” (Gal. 3:10). And James declares: Whoever keeps the whole law but fails in one point has become guilty of all of it. For he who said, “Do not commit adultery,” said also, “Do not kill.” If you do not commit adultery but do kill, you have become a transgressor of the law. (James 2:10–11)21 Therefore, in terms of legal guilt, all sins are equally bad because they make us legally guilty before God and constitute us as sinners. b. Results in Life and in Relationship With God: On the other hand, some sins are worse than others in that they have more harmful consequences in our lives and in the lives of others, and, in terms of our personal relationship to God as Father, they arouse his displeasure more and bring more serious disruption to our fellowship with him. scripture sometimes speaks of degrees of seriousness of sin. When Jesus stood before Pontius Pilate, he said, “he who delivered me to you has the greater sin” (John 19:11). The reference is apparently to Judas, who had known Jesus intimately for three years and yet willfully betrayed him to death. Though Pilate had authority over Jesus by virtue of his governmental office and was wrong to allow an innocent man to be condemned to death, the sin of Judas was far “greater,” probably because of the far greater knowledge and malice connected with it. When God showed Ezekiel visions of sins in the temple of Jerusalem, he first showed Ezekiel certain things, then said, “But you will see still greater abominations” (Ezek. 8:6). Next he showed Ezekiel the secret sins of some of the elders of Israel and said, “You will see still greater abominations which they commit” (Ezek. 8:13). Then the Lord showed Ezekiel a picture of women weeping for a Babylonian deity and said, “Have you seen this, O son of man? You will see still greater abominations than these” (Ezek. 8:15). Finally, he showed Ezekiel twenty-five men in the temple, with their backs to the Lord and worshiping the sun instead. Here clearly we have degrees of increasing sin and hatefulness before God. In the Sermon of the Mount, when Jesus says, “Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 5:19), he implies that there are lesser and greater commandments. Similarly, though he agrees that it is appropriate to give a tithe even on the household spices that people use, he pronounces woes on the Pharisees for neglecting “the weightier matters of the law, justice and mercy and faith” (Matt. 23:23). In both cases Jesus distinguishes between lesser and greater commandments, thus implying that some sins are worse than other sins in terms of God’s own evaluation of their importance. In general, we may say that some sins have more harmful consequences than others if they bring more dishonor to God or if they cause more harm to ourselves, to others, or to the church. Moreover, those sins that are done willfully, repeatedly, and knowingly, with a calloused heart, are more displeasing to God than those that are done out of ignorance and are not repeated, or are done with a mixture of good and impure motives and are followed by remorse and repentance. Thus the laws that God gave to Moses in Leviticus make provisions for cases where people sin “unwittingly” (Lev. 4:2, 13, 22). Unintentional sin is still sin: “If any one sins, doing any of the things which the LORD has commanded not to be done, though he does not know it, yet he is guilty and shall bear his iniquity” (Lev. 5:17). Nonetheless, the penalties required and the degree of God’s displeasure that results from the sin are less than in the case of intentional sin. On the other hand, sins committed with “a high hand,” that is, with arrogance and disdain for God’s commandments, were viewed very seriously: “But the person who does anything with a high hand, whether he is native or a sojourner, reviles the LORD, and that person shall be cut off from among his people” (Num. 15:30; cf. vv. 27–29). We can readily see how some sins have much more harmful consequences for ourselves and others and for our relationship with God. If I were to covet my neighbor’s car, that would be sin before God. But if my coveting led me to actually steal the car, that would be more serious sin. If in the course of stealing the car I also fought with my neighbor and injured him or recklessly injured someone else as I drove the car, that would be even more serious sin. Similarly, if a new Christian, who previously had a tendency to lose his temper and get into fights, begins witnessing to his unbelieving friends and, one day, is so provoked he loses his temper and actually strikes someone, that is certainly sin in God’s sight. But if a mature pastor or other prominent Christian leader were to lose his temper publicly and strike someone, that would be even more serious in God’s sight, both because of the harm that would come to the reputation of the gospel and because those in leadership positions are held to a higher standard of accountability by God: “We who teach shall be judged with greater strictness” (James 3:1; cf. Luke 12:48). Our conclusion, then, is that in terms of results and in terms of the degree of God’s displeasure, some sins are certainly worse than others.

Source: Grudem, Wayne Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine (pp. 501-503). Zondervan.  
Are There Degrees of Sin? Are some sins worse than others? The question may be answered either yes or no, depending on the sense in which it is intended. a. Legal Guilt: In terms of our legal standing before God, any one sin, even what may seem to be a very small one, makes us legally guilty before God and therefore worthy of eternal punishment. Adam and Eve learned this in the Garden of Eden, where God told them that one act of disobedience would result in the penalty of death (Gen. 2:17). And Paul affirms that “the judgment following one trespass brought condemnation” (Rom. 5:16). This one sin made Adam and Eve sinners before God, no longer able to stand in his holy presence. This truth remains valid through the history of the human race. Paul (quoting Deut. 27:26) affirms it: “Cursed be every one who does not abide by all things written in the book of the law, and do them” (Gal. 3:10). And James declares: Whoever keeps the whole law but fails in one point has become guilty of all of it. For he who said, “Do not commit adultery,” said also, “Do not kill.” If you do not commit adultery but do kill, you have become a transgressor of the law. (James 2:10–11)21 Therefore, in terms of legal guilt, all sins are equally bad because they make us legally guilty before God and constitute us as sinners. b. Results in Life and in Relationship With God: On the other hand, some sins are worse than others in that they have more harmful consequences in our lives and in the lives of others, and, in terms of our personal relationship to God as Father, they arouse his displeasure more and bring more serious disruption to our fellowship with him. scripture sometimes speaks of degrees of seriousness of sin. When Jesus stood before Pontius Pilate, he said, “he who delivered me to you has the greater sin” (John 19:11). The reference is apparently to Judas, who had known Jesus intimately for three years and yet willfully betrayed him to death. Though Pilate had authority over Jesus by virtue of his governmental office and was wrong to allow an innocent man to be condemned to death, the sin of Judas was far “greater,” probably because of the far greater knowledge and malice connected with it. When God showed Ezekiel visions of sins in the temple of Jerusalem, he first showed Ezekiel certain things, then said, “But you will see still greater abominations” (Ezek. 8:6). Next he showed Ezekiel the secret sins of some of the elders of Israel and said, “You will see still greater abominations which they commit” (Ezek. 8:13). Then the Lord showed Ezekiel a picture of women weeping for a Babylonian deity and said, “Have you seen this, O son of man? You will see still greater abominations than these” (Ezek. 8:15). Finally, he showed Ezekiel twenty-five men in the temple, with their backs to the Lord and worshiping the sun instead. Here clearly we have degrees of increasing sin and hatefulness before God. In the Sermon of the Mount, when Jesus says, “Whoever then relaxes one of the least of these commandments and teaches men so, shall be called least in the kingdom of heaven” (Matt. 5:19), he implies that there are lesser and greater commandments. Similarly, though he agrees that it is appropriate to give a tithe even on the household spices that people use, he pronounces woes on the Pharisees for neglecting “the weightier matters of the law, justice and mercy and faith” (Matt. 23:23). In both cases Jesus distinguishes between lesser and greater commandments, thus implying that some sins are worse than other sins in terms of God’s own evaluation of their importance. In general, we may say that some sins have more harmful consequences than others if they bring more dishonor to God or if they cause more harm to ourselves, to others, or to the church. Moreover, those sins that are done willfully, repeatedly, and knowingly, with a calloused heart, are more displeasing to God than those that are done out of ignorance and are not repeated, or are done with a mixture of good and impure motives and are followed by remorse and repentance. Thus the laws that God gave to Moses in Leviticus make provisions for cases where people sin “unwittingly” (Lev. 4:2, 13, 22). Unintentional sin is still sin: “If any one sins, doing any of the things which the LORD has commanded not to be done, though he does not know it, yet he is guilty and shall bear his iniquity” (Lev. 5:17). Nonetheless, the penalties required and the degree of God’s displeasure that results from the sin are less than in the case of intentional sin. On the other hand, sins committed with “a high hand,” that is, with arrogance and disdain for God’s commandments, were viewed very seriously: “But the person who does anything with a high hand, whether he is native or a sojourner, reviles the LORD, and that person shall be cut off from among his people” (Num. 15:30; cf. vv. 27–29). We can readily see how some sins have much more harmful consequences for ourselves and others and for our relationship with God. If I were to covet my neighbor’s car, that would be sin before God. But if my coveting led me to actually steal the car, that would be more serious sin. If in the course of stealing the car I also fought with my neighbor and injured him or recklessly injured someone else as I drove the car, that would be even more serious sin. Similarly, if a new Christian, who previously had a tendency to lose his temper and get into fights, begins witnessing to his unbelieving friends and, one day, is so provoked he loses his temper and actually strikes someone, that is certainly sin in God’s sight. But if a mature pastor or other prominent Christian leader were to lose his temper publicly and strike someone, that would be even more serious in God’s sight, both because of the harm that would come to the reputation of the gospel and because those in leadership positions are held to a higher standard of accountability by God: “We who teach shall be judged with greater strictness” (James 3:1; cf. Luke 12:48). Our conclusion, then, is that in terms of results and in terms of the degree of God’s displeasure, some sins are certainly worse than others.

Source: Grudem, Wayne Systematic Theology: An Introduction to Biblical Doctrine (pp. 501-503). Zondervan.  
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I'd have to agree with micah7seven. God sees it all as you're guilty. But being judgmental beings, we all still would consider some sins worse than others. Worst sin in my eyes is killing, whether suicide or murder.
I'd have to agree with micah7seven. God sees it all as you're guilty. But being judgmental beings, we all still would consider some sins worse than others. Worst sin in my eyes is killing, whether suicide or murder.
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I'm not really sure if there r any sins worse than others. I don't think you will go to Hell because of one thing, I think wherever you end up all depends on decisions you make in your life.
I'm not really sure if there r any sins worse than others. I don't think you will go to Hell because of one thing, I think wherever you end up all depends on decisions you make in your life.
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Well first off, stealing can be most of the sins.

Lying = stealing a persons "right" to the truth.
Murder = Taking a persons life, robbing someone of their only existence in this world, taking a friends or a relatives life...
And obviously taking someone's possession and so on.

As it has been said, what is "worse" changes from situation to situation.
The action, though even with good intentions, can have bad consequences.

And, vice versa.
Though, killing... I would put that as the worst.
Excluding killing in self-defence of course. Sometimes that cant be helped.

Apologies if this has been said in this thread already.
Well first off, stealing can be most of the sins.

Lying = stealing a persons "right" to the truth.
Murder = Taking a persons life, robbing someone of their only existence in this world, taking a friends or a relatives life...
And obviously taking someone's possession and so on.

As it has been said, what is "worse" changes from situation to situation.
The action, though even with good intentions, can have bad consequences.

And, vice versa.
Though, killing... I would put that as the worst.
Excluding killing in self-defence of course. Sometimes that cant be helped.

Apologies if this has been said in this thread already.
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It all depends on what the person believes in really. Some people would say greed or gluttony is the worst sin while other say adultery. Me personally I think Blasphemy Is probably the worst sin to commit because it it unforgivable. But pretty much everything we do now day's is a sin so.. I guess as long as your not causing harm to people and their lives I don't really care what you do.  
It all depends on what the person believes in really. Some people would say greed or gluttony is the worst sin while other say adultery. Me personally I think Blasphemy Is probably the worst sin to commit because it it unforgivable. But pretty much everything we do now day's is a sin so.. I guess as long as your not causing harm to people and their lives I don't really care what you do.  
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I would say that the Sin of Pride is the worse sin to commit. While murder is no doubt terrible, its ranked as a "sub-category" as a result to the Seven Deadly Sins. For example...

I get seduced by a woman and I kill her husband to be with her. While I did kill the man, I would be judged under the sin of Lust as the woman's lustfull seduction was the "driving force" to kill her husband.

It all works for the other sins of Greed, Pride, Envy, Gluttony, Sloth, Anger.

That being said I would rank the sins in the following way...

- Worst -
Pride
Greed
Anger
Lust
Gluttony
Envy
Sloth
- Not so bad-

So to answer the question, Pride would be the worst sin.
I would say that the Sin of Pride is the worse sin to commit. While murder is no doubt terrible, its ranked as a "sub-category" as a result to the Seven Deadly Sins. For example...

I get seduced by a woman and I kill her husband to be with her. While I did kill the man, I would be judged under the sin of Lust as the woman's lustfull seduction was the "driving force" to kill her husband.

It all works for the other sins of Greed, Pride, Envy, Gluttony, Sloth, Anger.

That being said I would rank the sins in the following way...

- Worst -
Pride
Greed
Anger
Lust
Gluttony
Envy
Sloth
- Not so bad-

So to answer the question, Pride would be the worst sin.
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unknown0s :  I've been hesitant to post here, because I had the feeling that I'd be the only one to feel this way.  However, I glanced through the last page of posts and..... here it is!

Yes, yes, and yes.
I could have hardly said it any better.

In case no one wants to read her post:  All sins are equal.  God tells us so in many ways, and in many locations.
unknown0s :  I've been hesitant to post here, because I had the feeling that I'd be the only one to feel this way.  However, I glanced through the last page of posts and..... here it is!

Yes, yes, and yes.
I could have hardly said it any better.

In case no one wants to read her post:  All sins are equal.  God tells us so in many ways, and in many locations.
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Lust, Having *** With someone you' dontk now, Adultery, Or jerking urself off
Lust, Having *** With someone you' dontk now, Adultery, Or jerking urself off
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Singelli : I'd say EXACTLY what you said! and unknown0s! All sins are equal!
Singelli : I'd say EXACTLY what you said! and unknown0s! All sins are equal!
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Well, Personally...I think Normal sins are all equal, However, Things like blasphemy or the 7 deadly sins aren't equal...

Normal sins, like lieing, swearing etc.

Deadly sins like Pride, wrath, greed, etc.

Blasphemy against god, jesus, and the holy spirit.

Blasphemy for me It's like ur claiming to be god or swearing at god etc.

I think Blaspheming against the Holy spirit is the worst, God forgives all sins, But I don't think he forgives you if u blasphemy against the holy spirit o.O Unless he completely cleans u.
Well, Personally...I think Normal sins are all equal, However, Things like blasphemy or the 7 deadly sins aren't equal...

Normal sins, like lieing, swearing etc.

Deadly sins like Pride, wrath, greed, etc.

Blasphemy against god, jesus, and the holy spirit.

Blasphemy for me It's like ur claiming to be god or swearing at god etc.

I think Blaspheming against the Holy spirit is the worst, God forgives all sins, But I don't think he forgives you if u blasphemy against the holy spirit o.O Unless he completely cleans u.
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Suicide it causes grief and it tells God you hate his gift of life.
Suicide it causes grief and it tells God you hate his gift of life.
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The worst sin to commit is to reject the Lord Jesus Christ. If a person hardens his heart and turns down the only means of salvation after receiving the knowledge of the Truth, then the only thing that person can expect for himself is a fiery judgement from God( Jesus Christ ). I thank God for Jesus Christ the Savior of the world.

The worst sin to commit is to reject the Lord Jesus Christ. If a person hardens his heart and turns down the only means of salvation after receiving the knowledge of the Truth, then the only thing that person can expect for himself is a fiery judgement from God( Jesus Christ ). I thank God for Jesus Christ the Savior of the world.

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In my opinion, it is adultery. Adultery is cheating on your spouse, something you pledged not to do when you took those vows that bonded you to your partner. It is sad that some people would go and break the biggest promise they have ever made.
In my opinion, it is adultery. Adultery is cheating on your spouse, something you pledged not to do when you took those vows that bonded you to your partner. It is sad that some people would go and break the biggest promise they have ever made.
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Not all sins are equal. There are mortal sins, such as murder and adultery, and then venial sins, which are less serious. But for it to be a mortal sin, basically you need to know that it is a mortal sin. And you must have done it by your own will, and not like having a gun pointed to your head to do it.
Not all sins are equal. There are mortal sins, such as murder and adultery, and then venial sins, which are less serious. But for it to be a mortal sin, basically you need to know that it is a mortal sin. And you must have done it by your own will, and not like having a gun pointed to your head to do it.
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A part of me wants to give a long theological answer however there is only one unforgivable sin that I am aware of.

Blasphemy against the holy spirit.

All other sins even the thought doing them are equal.

A part of me wants to give a long theological answer however there is only one unforgivable sin that I am aware of.

Blasphemy against the holy spirit.

All other sins even the thought doing them are equal.

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