It all depends what you mean by the term ‘demigod’ as In Greek mythology, demigod originally referred to either minor deities such as Nymphs and River Gods, or to powerful respected mortals who had been ‘hero become the center of a hero-cult after death (eg Leonidas of Sparta).
There’s is no sin, neither mortal or immortal as sin is a theological presumption, in particular, an invention of the Roman Catholic Church.
Dionysus was the Roman equivalent of Bacchus the God of wine, who was most often portrayed as jolly and in an almost half drunken stupor as we don’t call that particularly attractive.
As we see fom bible that disobeying is among the commanend that were given to us as from those laws we are told to obey.
The Greek deities are narrated in books with beautiful stories that depict their power with might over each other.
The Greek gods did, occasionally; one Greek myth that of Tantalus tells of the Olympians making a state visit to a human king, who honors them with a state dinner.
A sin can be assimilated to a crime when use in justice, morality as well as ethics.
For millennia it has been the practice of scrupulous men as well as women alike to accuse someone they desired to see suffer with any crime they could make up to realize their wick desires.
God’s word talks about God being an all-knowing, omnipresent, omniscient father who is an ever-present help in the lives of all His Children.
As the 4th of July had arrived, the country group of Capella has reportedly joined hands with Greenwood Lee.