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Here’s the situation: My wife and I, on a date weekend last month, were in the process of leaving a hotel. After putting luggage in the trunk, I put my bag with the computer in the back seat and since I was going to be back to the vehicle in a few minutes, I decided not to lock the car.

 

I shut the door and walked to the hotel door, but then remembered something I had forgotten from the car. As I walked back, I thought about the dozens of windows overlooking our car and how anyone looking out would be able to figure out, when I got back out to it, that I had left the car unlocked.

 

So I took out my keys and pretended like I was unlocking it. I opened the door, got what I needed and went back inside.

 

So here’s the question – did I sin in faking the key entry? It could be argued that I did, since I was trying to deceive anyone watching and scripture indicates against this.

 

Opinions?

 

And yes, I know – I should just lock the car.

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