If someone is invincibly ignorant and they violate the natural law, is their action still a sin? In other words, is consent required to make something a sin?
Is it possible for someone to sin ignorantly and not incur temporal punishment, or is there always temporal punishment for sin?
(quick note: Temporal punishment is the physical/spiritual corruption arising from violating the natural law, as well as the unfortunate temporal consequences of our actions, correct?)
- The consequences of Original Sin which are not alleviated in baptism (death, concupiscence), are these properly labeled as temporal punishment for sin?