Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.5M1

Summary of text [comment] pages 30 and 31

Sin is subjectively a personal decision and utterance against God.

[In terms of the intersecting nested forms, I associate “personal decision” with “consciencelacking” and “utterance” with “thinkgroup”.]

Can these personal decisions and utterances be classified as venial or mortal?

Yes, the gravity for mortal decisions is greater than venial decisions.

What does the term “gravity” imply?]