Is a person responsible for an involuntary sin?

Answer: Yes. We know that a few of you will have difficulty understanding how a person could be responsible for an involuntary sin. Your difficulty is because of your ignorance. You can get help understanding how a person could be responsible for an involuntary sin from the Bible. You may also consult our 1000-page volume Sin and Free Will (link not active yet).

What is the difference between a slip and a swamp?

Answer: First, slips and swamps are not limited to sexual motivations; for example, they can occur with greed motivations, violence motivations, etc, etc. Here are the definitions of “slip” and “swamp”:

slip: a brief (around one second long), evil automatism (self-uninitiated, not-physically-externally-initiated act)

swamp: a process, that one has the power to abort (stop), of moving toward a state in which a slip will occur