If you are not religious you may be unfamiliar with the concept of sin, but you will be familiar with bacteria.  Bacteria, also called germs, are single-celled organisms too small to be seen without a microscope.  Even when magnified 1,000 times they will appear as tiny pin points.  Greater magnification show bacteria have various shapes ranging from spheres to rods and spirals.  Bacteria are everywhere.  They can be found both inside and outside of the human body, and while some forms within the body, such as Probiotics in the stomach, aid the digestive system, most bacteria are harmful and cause disease, like COVID-19.   A fascinating characteristic of bacteria is their ability to reproduce.  Given the right conditions one bacterium will split into two and each new cell will continue to divide, which means one bacterium can produce more than sixteen million new bacteria in twenty-four hours.  At the end of forty-eight hours, hundreds of billions of bacteria will have been produced.  Also, certain bacteria have the