Which single sentence in chapter four best states Casy’s new thinking about the nature of sin?
The original question had to be edited down. Casy's explanation as to why he has found a new path that exists outside of the institutional construction of the church can be found in his new form of thinking. When Casy speaks of his new understanding, I think that it becomes the lucid expression about his new thinking about the nature of sin: "There ain’t no sin and there ain’t no virtues- There's just...
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