- sinn fein,
- sinn féin,
- sino-japanese war,
Origin of sinner
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Essentially, Pope Francis is urging Christians to “love the sinner, but hate the sin.”
As part of the “love the sinner, hate the sin” culture, many townspeople are still polite and cordial to their faces.
Leila Hatami pecked the director of the Cannes Film Festival and was quickly denounced as a sinner by hardliners at home.The Kiss That Sent Iran Crazy and an Actress to Be Flogged in Public|IranWire|May 23, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I never was one,” he insisted—“even on the basis of an earthly definition of a saint as a sinner who keeps trying.
The third reason I think Richard Dawkins is a secret believer is because he, like me, is a sinner.Richard Dawkins May Be a Christian in Disguise, Even to Himself|Joshua DuBois|November 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Remove the fiery clouds that the obduracy of a sinner drew over our heads!The Poniard's Hilt|Eugne Sue
Saint and sinner, believer and infidel, are alike under this compulsion in matters moral—and in all matters.St. Cuthbert's|Robert E. Knowles
He told them how God hated sin, and that it was impossible for a sinner to get to heaven.The Story of John Wesley|Marianne Kirlew
In that case your proposition would be, the sinner can love God by an act of the will, if he loves him!Calvinistic Controversy|Wilbur Fisk
Thus God and the sinner are together—God, loving and giving; and the sinner, believing and having.The Great Commission|C. H. (Charles Henry) Mackintosh
mid-14c., agent noun from sin (v.). Old English had synngiend in this sense.