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STUDENT A's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student B.)

(1) What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘sin’?
(2) How often do you sin?
(3) Do you worry about sin?
(4) Which of the seven deadly sins (lust, gluttony, greed, sloth, wrath, envy and pride) are you guilty of committing?
(5) Why do you think the seven deadly sins are deadly and why are there just seven?
(6) What’s the biggest sin you’ve ever committed?
(7) What’s the biggest sin humanity as a whole has ever committed?
(8) If gluttony is a sin, is it acceptable for Christians to have huge feasts and over eat during Christmas?
(9) Why isn’t there sin in all religions? Are people happier if they follow religions without sin?
(10) Is it OK to commit a sin knowing the sin will disappear when you ask God for forgiveness?

STUDENT B's QUESTIONS (Do not show these to Student A.)

(1) What is sin?
(2) Do you believe in the concept of sin?
(3) Do you think it’s true that sinners cannot go to heaven?
(4) If you see someone committing a sin – e.g. eating too much – would you tell them that they’re committing a sin?
(5) Is it easy to spot a sinner in the street?
(6) Where is sin city in your country?
(7) Do people who believe in sin lead lives of anxiety and guilt?
(8) What punishments are there (or should there be) for sin?
(9) Are there any twenty-first century sins?
(10) What do you think of the idea of sin bins in sport?



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