Evangelicals believe that God will forgive them if they sin, but
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Avalon - Evangelicals believe that God will forgive them if they sin, but if a person who professes no belief in God sins, God will punish that person. In other words, for their God, sin is not sin, all sins are not "created equal," and all sins are not treated equally. Thus God is not a moral absolutist, He or She practices moral relativism, contrary to evangelicals' belief in moral absolutism. For evangelicals, the Ten Commandments are more like the ten suggestions, nice thoughts in theory, but the evangelical will sometimes fail to follow them in practice. They have an excuse to sin: forgiveness.