liable to sin

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Maximos shows that Christ's humanity did not suffer passion and was not liable to sin.
Instead, it gets two references--one a half-sentence in a discussion of restitution and the other an observation that the crisis showed Catholics that "their community, their culture, was every bit as liable to sin as any other in America.
Furthermore, since even the baptized Christian continued to be liable to sin, the approach of death and fear of God's judgement must inevitably inspire a dread which could only be conquered by throwing oneself upon the divine mercy in an act of penitence.