Drinking Alcohol in Moderation: While the Bible warns against drunkenness and excessive drinking, moderate consumption of alcohol is not explicitly condemned.
Eating Certain Foods: While the Old Testament contains dietary laws that prohibit the consumption of certain foods, such as pork or shellfish
Working on the Sabbath: While the Old Testament commands strict observance of the Sabbath as a day of rest (Exodus 20:8-11)
Being Wealthy: While the Bible warns against the love of money and the dangers of greed, being wealthy itself is not inherently sinful.
Expressing Anger: While the Bible advises against uncontrolled anger and urges believers to be slow to anger (James 1:19-20), righteous anger
Being Uncircumcised: In the New Testament, circumcision is no longer a requirement for followers of Christ.
Lending with Interest: While the Old Testament prohibits charging interest on loans to fellow Israelites (Exodus 22:25), this restriction is not necessarily applicable in modern financial contexts
Self-Defense: While the Bible advocates for peace and turning the other cheek (Matthew 5:38-39), it also recognizes the right to self-defense in certain situations.
Doubting or Questioning Faith: While doubt and questioning are natural aspects of faith, some individuals may mistakenly believe that expressing doubt or asking difficult questions is inherently sinful.