One Million Evil Men

Every once in a while you will run into a good description of the sin nature of man in the secular world.

I ran into just such a one on Aubrey Blumsohn’s Scientific Misconduct Blog today. It is an interesting commentary into how the individual sin nature of man plays it self out and results in a corrupt world.

“From Chapter 17 of the book Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts:

I think that Robers missed one though.

The lazy man.

He sees what is wrong, he knows the right thing to do, he is not afraid of the consequences, but just doesn’t want to turn off The Office and get his butt off the couch.

That would be me.

When you are in sin, which one are you?

The evil man? The stupid man? The lazy man? Or are you a coward?


Author: Ginger Taylor

I am a thirty something wife of a wonderful man and mother to two beautiful boys. I am a Johns Hopkins educated family therapist with a current case load of one, my autistic son Chandler. I want to God and what He really has to say to us and especially what He really wants from me. I approach Scripture from the Reformed perspective of Luther and Calvin and those that followed them, and encourage lively debate here at Daily Discernment.

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