St. Augustine essentially, defined evil as the lack of, or the rejection of good (and God). goodness spoiled = evil. I suppose that definition suits me for evil. evil though is kind of global, though. individually, our efforts to resist or reject good is sin.
so for me I knowingly and unknowingly sin all the time.
Sin is a concept we humans created to define those things unacceptable in societal stability, that it has become linked to a religion does not change this, but has been incorporated as have many other aspects of what we are.
Christians can claim sin as theirs...but it does not belong to them.
Quoting the bible only makes you look more foolish. You started a thread about how all religions are dumb. Using religious texts to support your concept of a religious structure such as sin, is extremely backward or hypocritical.
Either way you are tripping over your own rhetoric.
Someone whose mind is always preoccupied with any beautiful or sexy properties about the sine curve or function.
Arthur is such a sin-ful fellow, who is always trying to excite any geeky girls with these trig relationships:
a) sin x = x – x³/3! + x⁵/5! – x⁷/7! + ⋯
b) sin 2A + sin 2B + sin 2C = 4 sin A sin B sin C, where A, B, and C are the angles in a triangle.
b) ⌽ = –2 sin 666°—when the number of the beast, phi, and sine are in an eternal triangle.