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Our ecclesial leadership sins against the Incarnation by refusing inculturation, for instance, by their rejection of inclusive language.
We should confront a wrongdoer humbly, not self-righteously, and we should do it privately, not publicly, "If your brother sins against you, go and show him his fault, just between the two of you" (Mt.
Rabbi Mark Blazer from Temple Beth Ami, a Reform congregation in Newhall, said asking for forgiveness of sins against God on Yom Kippur involves intense scrutiny of the way one lives one's life.
Fisher believes "We Remember," the 1998 Vatican document on the Holocaust, was especially important because it called on the church to repent of its sins against the Jewish people.
We should confront a wrongdoer humbly, not arrogantly and selfrighteously, and we should do it privately, not publicly, "If your brother sins against you, go and show him his fault, just between the two of you" (Mt.
Talks and discussions stressed that "sins against the environment are sins against God" and "neglecting nature means neglecting God.
In Judaism, however, God does not forgive sins against other people; people have to ask for the forgiveness of others.