Saturn made a great point on another OP I have regarding temptation and what constitutes a sin! First of all, I want to thank SN for a great example, and I pray he isn't offended with me using this as a role-play example. He said, "If I am driving down the road and see a woman in short shorts, obviously an unholy thought will enter my mind. At that point, it is NOT NOT a sin. It becomes a sin when I drive around the block for a second look. In other words, when I chose not to dismiss the thought and go on, but play with it in my mind, and every male on this earth knows exactly what I am talking about." I thought this was a great example to make a poll out of, and even the ladies can take the poll, substituting the scantly dressed female alongside the road to a young, masculine man in skin tight jeans, and a very attractive demeanor! At which point in seeing this person, at church [and we all know this happens in church, if you are going to be totally honest] as well as outside of church, does it become more than a temptation? At which point does it become a sin, according to your understanding of temptation and sin?