The ideas I have read and heard regarding inten- tional and unintentional sin have been of interest to me, because I am certainly still in the learning more, certainly not the teaching mode, with regard to sin. While there is already a thread on the sub- ject, it is in the Baptist-Only area. May we please dialogue about it here as well? I have believed that I have sinned both intention- ally and unintentionally, but it was explained to me once that all sin is intentional, because all action is intentional. I could understand, to a point, why the person wrote this, but if this is true, why is there no sacrifice listed for intentional sin but there are sacrifices listed for unintentional sins? Also, what is the definition of intentional and unintentional sin? It may be that our definition is what is faulty here. Further, there are times when we may call some- thing sin when another does not. (Example: our definition of a lie may differ with another's defini- tion.) How do we rectify this biblically? Does a particular maturity level define sin for the individ- ual sinner?