Sins

Some articles on sins, sin:

Casshern Sins
... Casshern Sins (キャシャーン Sins?) is a reboot of the classic anime series Casshan, produced by Tatsunoko and animated by Madhouse ... In Casshern Sins, Casshern is presented as a cyborg subordinate of Braiking Boss who was ordered to assassinate the savior of mankind, and has thus doomed the Earth to ruin ... Casshern Sins made its English broadcast premiere on Funimation Channel on December 21, 2010 ...
List Of Casshern Sins Episodes
... This is a list of episodes for Casshern Sins, a remake of the original Casshern anime ... Casshern Sins was first announced at the Tokyo International Anime Fair 2008 with Madhouse being in charge of animation ... Casshern Sins centers on Casshern, who is originally a subordinate of Braiking Boss instead of being a hero to humanity ...
Sins That Cry To Heaven
... The sins that cry to Heaven (or sins that cry Out to Heaven) is a group of sins in Catholic doctrine that cuts across mortal sins and venial sins ... All of them are exemplified by a biblical sin Willful murder – Cain's murder of his brother – Genesis 41-16 Sodomy – the sin of Sodom – Genesis 195 Oppression of ...
Sins, Lies And Angels - Track Listing
415 "It Ain't Easy Being Me" (Chris Knight) - 317 "I Feel a Sin Comin' On" (McCoy, Denny Carr) - 235 "Wild Flower" (McCoy, Odie Blackmon) - 421 "She Ain't Missin' Missin' Me" (McCoy, Blackmon ...
Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners
... Seven Deadly Sins Four Deadly Sinners is an anthology-style play compiled and written by Carry On.. ... how to survive, or even live by, the Seven Deadly Sins!" ...

Famous quotes containing the word sins:

    Which is easier, to say, Your sins are forgiven you,’ or to say, Stand up and walk’?
    Bible: New Testament, Luke 5:23.

    Jesus, before a healing.

    Once a woman has forgiven her man, she must not reheat his sins for breakfast.
    Marlene Dietrich (1904–1992)

    Their errors have been weighed and found to have been dust in the balance; if their sins were as scarlet, they are now white as snow: they have been washed in the blood of the mediator and the redeemer, Time.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)