Original Sin (disambiguation)
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Original sin, in Christian theology, is humanity's original state of sinfulness (propensity toward active sinning) resulting from the Fall of Man (the fallenness of the human 'species being').
In the arts, the term Original Sin or The Original Sin(s) could also be used to refer to:
- Original Sin (2001 film), a 2001 film starring Angelina Jolie and Antonio Banderas
- Original Sin (1992 film), a Japanese film directed by Takashi Ishii
- The Original Sin (film), a 1948 German comedy
- Original Sin (Pandora's Box album), a 1989 album by Pandora's Box
- The Original Sin (album), a 1979 album by Cowboys International
- Original Sin (INXS album), a 2010 studio album by INXS
- Original Sin – The Collection, a greatest hits album by INXS
- "Original Sin" (INXS song), 1984
- "Original Sin" (Taylor Dayne song), later covered by Meat Loaf from Welcome to the Neighbourhood
- "Mascara (Original Sin)", a song by The Killing Tree from We Sing Sin
- "Original Sin" (Elton John song), 2002
- The Original Sins, an American punk band
- Original Sin (musician), alias of drum and bass musician Adam Tindill, with multiple releases on Playaz Recordings.
- Original Sin (novel), a 1994 novel by P. D. James
- Original Sin (Doctor Who), a 1995 Doctor Who novel by Andy Lane
- Original Sin: Illuminating the Riddle, a theological monograph by Henri Blocher
- The Original Sin (book), a 1972 autobiography by Anthony Quinn
- Original Sin (comics), a Marvel Comics storyline
- Original sin (economics), a commonly used metaphor in economics literature
- Divinity: Original Sin, a video game released in 2014
- "Original Sin" (The Vampire Diaries), an episode of the television series The Vampire Diaries
- Original Sin (Rubens), a painting by Peter Paul Rubens
- The Original Sinn, Nick Cvjetkovich, Canadian professional wrestler
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