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This title portrays two primary doctrines of sin, posited in the last half-century, the 'structural sin' type and the 'relational self' type. After an introduction to the current discussion on the doctrine of sin, two nineteenth century rejections of individualistic conceptions of sin are exposited and critiqued. The book concludes with recommendations drawn from the preceding analyses for further understanding of the social dimensions of sin.