Which is a higher sin, wearing trouser and wedding with pregnancy? By Duru Eunice Adaku
I joined a friend to a wedding reception yesterday at St Molumba Catholic Church Owerri, before then I didn’t knew where the reception was holding and I was already out on my trouser
The lady having her white wedding was already with full belle (pregnant) but that’s not my concern shaaa.
At the event I could count up to 5ladies wearing trouser so I was calm, after the event heading out a priest stopped me and started asking me questions on why I was wearing trousers and his tone was rude and I responded, is wearing a trouser a bigger sin compared to you wedding a lady with pregnancy?
As a writer, it is within my priority to endorse or criticize any particular behavior or lifestyle.
So, here I am offering some perspective on the concept of sin and the ways in which different actions may be considered sinful according to various religious and cultural traditions.
Sin, generally speaking, is a transgression or violation of divine or moral law. Different religious and cultural traditions have their own specific definitions of what constitutes sin, but the concept is generally understood as something that goes against the will of God or the moral order of the universe.
In the context of the above topic, it is important to note that sin is not a matter of quantification or comparison. There is no hierarchy of sins in most religious and cultural traditions, and therefore it is not possible to say definitively whether wearing a trouser or engaging in fornication is a “higher” sin.
In many religious traditions, sexual immorality is considered a serious sin, and fornication is often included in this category. Adultery, premarital sex, and other forms of sexual activity outside of marriage may be viewed as violations of God’s will and the moral order of the universe.
Similarly, in some religious and cultural contexts, dress codes and modesty are important aspects of maintaining the moral order. Wearing clothing that is considered immodest or provocative may be viewed as a sin or a violation of divine law.
Ultimately, the concept of sin is complex and multifaceted, and different religious and cultural traditions have their own specific definitions and understandings of what constitutes sinful behavior. It is not productive or meaningful to compare different actions and attempt to rank them in terms of their sinfulness.
Rather, individuals should strive to live according to the moral and ethical principles of their own traditions, and seek to cultivate compassion, kindness, and empathy towards others.
What am I trying to say, I agree with you that in your religion or culture trouser maybe a sin while fornication is not, but how you approach people on that will bring the desired change or catastrophe. No one is above cautioning
Duru Eunice Adaku