Remphan was a pagan god worshipped by ancient Israel, a sin that--according to the Bible--led to the Babylonian Captivity.
Atheist associations serve serious life issues, and are far more than a group for non-Santa Claus believers.
What to do when there's no answers from heaven, yet the Bible promises?
Absolute beliefs would suffer disillusionment if exposed to science and logic.
According to the NT, the Jews had lots of reason for wanting Jesus dead.
Is there forgiveness for those who have "trodden under foot the Son of God" as per Hebrews 10:26-31? Not my concern.
Genesis 3, about Adam and Eve being punished for disobeying God, is like other "how the world came to be the way it is" myths.
You have to decide what you believe and why; that will help you know what is sin.
In thinking over the religious rituals I know among humanity, it seems that killing one's god and eating its flesh and blood symbolically or otherwise has to make Christianity the most repressive religion ever.
The man born blind, healed by Jesus, ran out of evasive answers when interrogated by the Pharisees re who healed him.