I've been looking around Christianity Stack Exchange for some time, but I've only joined today, and I'm still not entirely sure of some parts of the scope.
I wrote up a question - and actually went so far as posting it, before deleting - and I'm not sure if it's on topic or not:
I stumbled across God created male and female.... What about those who do not fit in the box?, and then I read David's answer.
In it, he writes
. . . but the Bible is clear that no one sin is any more serious than another. (Matthew 5:19, James 2:10) Everyone is damned whether straight, gay, black, white, kind, mean, giving, greedy, because all of us have sinned in one way or another.
Both passages seem to support this. However, cwallenpoole commented in response
Not all sins are equal. See the first epistle of St. John where he differentiates sins "unto death" and sins "which are not unto death"
To my knowledge, the issue was never settled.
So, does the Bible ever state that all sins are/are not equal?
Is this question okay? Also, are the tags right?