Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 2.3 CD

Summary of text [comment] page 82

Schoonenberg noted that his exposition differed from traditional church doctrine, where concupiscence is a sequel of Original Sin.

Schoonenberg’s ideas follow Scripture in reference to personal sins. Scripture presents personal sins as tendencies of both the body and the soul. Personal sin is related to sinful attitudes and the inability to integrate our tendencies in love.

[To me, Schoonenberg shifts the ground of the well-established concept of ‘concupiscence’.

He says: Yes, ‘concupiscence’ is related to Original Sin, as conceived by St. Augustine. But, it is also related to scriptural references that are independent of Augustine’s arguments for Original Sin.]