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Welcome to the Ominous Origins podcast, sinners! Let’s overindulge in a discussion about another one of the seven deadly sins: gluttony.

Last week, we began our discussion of the seven deadly sins with the sexy sin of lust. This week, we’re greedy for more. So, let’s talk about gluttony!


This is our second stop on the road to explore the Seven Deadly Sins. Like lust, this one is also about desire…but a very different kind. We’re talking about gluttony.

Let’s face it, we’ve all seen Seven, and we know what gluttony looks like; it’s not pretty. Nevertheless, the temptation of being gluttonous is very easy to give in to. In fact, I’m certain that most of us have fallen into the clutches of gluttony at one point or another.

Gluttony doesn’t just mean gorging yourself with food. It’s craving anything in excess, which is basically everybody in the developing world nowadays.

The sin of gluttony isn’t a part of many religions. Only a couple I could find mentioned it. But it’s really big in Catholicism, where anything and everything that feels good is bad, which makes you bad. So, yeah, prepare to burn in hell forever because you ate a yummy cookie.

On this podcast, however, we never want you to deny yourself. So do what feels good, and tune in to hear more!


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