Is smoking a sin?

Answer #1

Not from the religion side but your treating your body disrectpectfully by poisoning it. Do you hear like a little voice or have a feeling inside you that is telling you “Smoking is bad for you” Listen to it.

Answer #2

U are not supposed to put anything harmful on ur “temple” . It is a holy vessel of the Lord. Our body is not our own so we should try to live clean healthy lives. To smoke is desecration of the Lords temple. “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.” “What? know ye not that your body is the temple of the Holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own? For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.”

Answer #3

It is a sin. If u are religious.

Answer #4

hahahahhahahaahhahaha, no.

Answer #5

God want us to respect our body and life..smoking means that you dont respect your life and your health because thats harmfull..but God cant force anyone to listen to him..

Answer #6

yea thats why there is free will. We all sin

Answer #7

How do you know ? any piece of evidence ?

Answer #8

In the buddhist religion, your body is very important and so is your mind. Doing anything to alter clear thinking , such as dr*gs or alcohol isn’t allowed. You want to keep your body and your mind clean in all senses of the word, but I don’t think it’s a “sin” it’s just not something you should do, I think…

Answer #9

It is the same thing in Christianity

Answer #10

It is a sin to smoke. If u are religious. “Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin.”

Answer #11

it depends on what U think and If u do think it might be a sin just know god will always forgive u

Answer #12

it’s not a sin ,,, it’s just a way to unload the pressure of your shoulder .. so we would be more comfortable .. but I believe it is a sin when we smoke too much so we’re hurting our bodies in first place

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