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I don't think that all sin is impious (e.g., ordinary garden-variety lying
vs. lying under oath), but is all impiety (e.g., swearing at a flat tire)
necessarily sinful?
Bernadette Filotas


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> medieval-religion: Scholarly discussions of medieval religion and culture
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> Is there a difference between impiety and sin? or is impiety a more
generic
> description of bad religious behavior, but then it seems that impiety
would be
> automatically sin?
> Kit French
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