Answer: First, all sin harms. However, God does treat involuntary sin differently from voluntary sin. Now, you probably want to know what that difference is. Simply put, before the afterlife, the harm from involuntary sin is less severe than that of voluntary sin.
Answer: What is God’s answer to my inability to stop masturbating?
If you have no brain injury or the like, God wants you to find a wife or husband.
In this regard, the Bible says in I Corinthians 7:2:
Nevertheless, to avoid fornication [lack of restraint of the sexual appetite, including masturbation], let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband.
Answer: Before we answer this question we must define a couple of words.
What does the word “involuntary” mean? “Involuntary” means constituting something that is not chosen.
What does the word “sin” mean? “Sin” means moral failure; that is, an act that is not a righteous act.
The above meaning of the word “sin” is found throughout the Bible. The Bible also says that sin can be voluntary or involuntary. In addition, UPAX researchers have established that people are unable to distinguish voluntary behavior from involuntary behavior every moment of every day.
So, the answer to the question of whether an involuntary act can be a sin is:
Yes, an involuntary act can be a sin.
We add as a footnote that we have one million pages of research on the psychology of the will available to our readers.
Blank sin is imageless sin.
Blank choice is imageless choice.
Imageless sin is sin that is an imageless choice.
An imageless choice is one in which the paraphenalia (“tools” [note quotes, which indicate a figure of speech in this case]) involved in choosing are not manifest. This means, for example, that, in effect, a blank mind can communicate both plans of choosing and options. In street language:
It is possible for a blank mind to communicate both plans of choosing and options.
In fifth grade language:
A person can consciously choose even though their mind is blank.
Sexual extermination is the elimination of sexual appetite. In the future, if and when we have the time, we will explain how sexual extermination is achieved. The techniques for achieving sexual extermination are very complex. These techniques are intellectual and behavioral. No physiological, biological, chemical, or biochemical means are required.
We do not recommend sexual extermination for most people. Only 1 in a million people may be able to achieve sexual extermination.
Sin permission delusion, more formally called “moral privilege delusion,” is the delusion that God has, directly or indirectly, given you permission to sin. An example of sin permission delusion is the delusion that God has given you permission to masturbate using pornography.