Monday, February 13, 2006


The message here? Just say lust.

1 comment:

Colin S. Kelly said...

Concupiscence, though synonymous to lust, connotes specific theological issues. According to Wikipedia, "concupiscence refers to the orientation or inclination of human desire towards a partial good before any voluntary and conscious decision." Based on, inter alia, different conceptions of original sin, Catholics and Protestants have different opinions on what constitutes concupiscence: "Protestants consider concupiscence to be sinful, whereas Catholics believe it to be highly likely to cause sin, though not sinful in itself."