Christians talk a lot about Sin.
They say we are all Sinners.
Sin was the moon god, worshipped 2000 years BC .
In the the ancient city Ur of the Chaldees (located on the Euphrates near its point of entry into the Persian Gulf, in present day Iraq), there is—if it has survived the present war—the remains of a zuggurat (a pyramid-shaped tower of brick) built around 2100 BC to worship SIN.
If you worship the moon-god Sin, you are a Sinner.
And Christians talk about you a lot.
I’d like to see this zuggurat myself. Like to bow down at its crumbling bricks beneath the full moon rising in the darkness and worship Sin.
Maybe do a little Sinning myself there on the moon-spilt ground. Be a Sinner.
Sinning with other Sinners under the beacon of the cloudless moon.
[Previously published – used with permission of the author]