\sˈɪnˈɒfəɹɪŋ], \sˈɪnˈɒfəɹɪŋ], \s_ˈɪ_n_ˈɒ_f_ə_ɹ_ɪ_ŋ]\
Definitions of SIN-OFFERING
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The sacrifice offered as an expiation for the sin of the people, cosidered different from the trespass-offering, which in thought to have been appointed for special cases of sin; actual sin, in theol., the violation of a known rule of duty; deadly or mortal sins, in the R. Cath. Ch., the seven sins of murder, lust, covetousness, gluttony, pride, envy, and idleness, which take away sanctifying grace; venial sins, in the R. Cath. Ch., those sins which weaken sanctifying grace, but do not take it away, and which it is not necessary to mention, though commendable, in confession; original sin, in theol., the native depravity of the heart; the corruption of man's whole nature, resulting from Adam's transgression.
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.