Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.2 DH

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When the person is considered abstractly, he is capable of willing anything.

But, decisions are finite. They are based on one’s circumstances.

Also, decisions are self-realizations.

Also, decisions change the ongoing situation, which is characterized by finiteness and concreteness.

In the domain of natural activities, concrete freedom is always bound and limited. When sin binds us and limits the operation of our freedom, the binding and limits are concrete, statistical, and situational.