Write a formal essay in which you offer an account of the problem of the moral struggle in lived experience. What is the difference between temptation and an "actual sin"? Why do we care about the so-called "capital sins", which are not really actions at all, but dispositions? What does it really mean to be "a man of the Torah", and to say that Christ "fulfills the law"? What significance does that have for me as a person? To what am I summoned when the world appears in this light, and what does that have to do with my inner struggles to live a good moral life?