I do. I think anything that disallows the possibility either requires sinless perfection or the utter abolition of the idea that there is any such thing as sin. It sounds like OZOS defines sin as either against someone else (i.e. God has forgiven sin so the standard of the Law doesn't apply to our walk in this life) or simply the result of attempting to be justified by our works. I don't entirely disagree, but I don't see God having legal amnesia. That is, His standard is the same, but our only way of meeting that standard does, in fact, sidestep the Law in stone. Thus, anything that is not of faith is sin. And so believers can sin. By failing to walk in faith. Against God.Nikolai 42, you said: "If I commit sin one time, I am still guilty of that sin - but not enslaved to it. If I can't help but repeat it over and over then I am enslaved to it. That's what the "commit sin" of I John appears to be referring to."
So you agree with me that those who are born of God can sin?
EDIT : Case in point is Ananias and Sapphira bore false witness against God after Christ's resurrection and ascension. Did they have forgiveness?