Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.5S1

Summary of text [comment] page 33 and 34

[Eventually, a person habitually coheres to either thinkgroup(sin(consciencelacking)) or thinkdivine(virtue(consciencefree)).

At this point, we encounter an objective aspect in Schoonenberg’s argument.

Actuality (sin or virtuous acts) has constrained possibility (conscience) to a particular specification.  Technically, consciencespecified is possibilityconstrained_by_actuality.

Consciencespecified is subjectiveobjective.]