„How much is your sin going to cost me?“

—  Ted Haggard, http://web.archive.org/web/20060509115906/http://www.preachingtodaysermons.com/hatedhowmuis.html, popular sermon on how the consequences of our sin affect others, accessed 4 November 2006.

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