I sin when I live ...

in spite of you in individualism and ignoring or apathy;

against you in hostility or enmity, making you my enemy;

without you in isolation, rejection or withdrawal;

over you, in controlling, directing, superiority, by playing God;

in you in absorbing love, over-invested caring, total commitment or over-attachment;

for you in taking responsibility for and feeling responsibility to rather than being responsible with;

off of you in parasitic clinging and attachment;

under you in submissive dependency by making you my idol, final good or god — rather than with you in loving and leveling, in caring and confronting, in grace and truth.

— David Augsburger