The List Of The Seven Deadly Sins In The Inferno

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The Seven Deadly Sins, also known as the capital vices or cardinal sins, are pride, lust, envy, wrath, gluttony, sloth and avarice. The seven deadly sins are a grouping and classification of Catholic vices. These sins are often thought to be abused or excessive versions of one’s natural faculties or passion. Now even though these sins are not directly listed in the Bible, many believers still count them as the sins you must avoid or sins that the Lord hates or disapproves. Today’s modern knowledge, we have learned that there are far worse sins than the listed seven deadly sins. In all the different religions out there, many believed that their so called God has a list similar to the seven deadly sins. According to my research, the list of the seven sins has similarities on the ten commandments, and I noticed that the listed seven deadly sins do not say anything about using God 's name in vain, but yet the in the novel The Inferno, it may not have said it directly but it is said that the name of God in very powerful or at least it is a word not always used in there. In this research I had listed what I think should be the modern deadly sins and these are; using God’s name in vain, murder, lying, lust, adultery, avarice, stealing. You may have noticed that in the list, I listed lust and avarice again, mainly to say. Yes, some of the original sins should still be listed as a modern list of the seven deadly sins. Many would disagree with the sins I have listed, but these were
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