SpongeBob as lust does seem like an odd choice, though there was one episode where he developed a strange romantic relationship with a Krabby Patty, so you could say he has excessive feelings for pretty much anything.
The rest of them are pretty straight-forward: Mr. Krabs loves money sometimes more than his own daughter, Plankton cares more about stealing his rival's secret recipe more than improving the quality of his own business, Sandy's from Texas which already gives her a superiority complex, and Squidward hates SpongeBob with a burning passion.
Mr. Howell, the millionaire = Greed
Mrs. Howell, his wife who never did anything = Sloth
The Professor = Pride
Ginger, hollywood personified = Lust
Mary Ann, always comparing herself to Ginger = Envy
The Skipper, overweight and always hitting Gilligan with his hat does double duty = Gluttony and Wrath.
Which just leaves Gilligan. The person whose fault it is they are there in the first place. The one who fouls up their escapes, and generally causes mayhem. The one who the island 'belongs' to.
Yes. Gilligan=the devil.
I'd be curious to see how you try to distill the 18 to the 7, I can't see a reasonable way to do so.
I guess under wrath you could list hatred aswell, same with variance ( had to look up what it meant in this instance) strife, murder. Well basicly anything angry..
revellings could be pride, to revel in your own grandness or accomplishment. Or with a little more stretch gluttony, indulgence aswell. When you enjoy your food so much.
I say this because there are many Christians who can't think beyond The Bible. I consider myself a Christian, and I consider The Bible to be a Divinely Inspired work, but it is not perfect. It was, after all, made by man who will always make mistakes regarding God's Laws.
Another problem is that there is so much oral tradition that people assume is Biblical, when actually it is not. A good bit of what people think is Biblical is actually from John Milton"s 17th Century book-length epic poem, Paradise Lost.
"Vanity — definitely my favourite sin."
House of Pain ft. Guru - Fed Up
I guess greed can turn a person ugly on the inside and gluttony on the outside. (I feel like a sidenote is needed... a little extra weight doesnt necessarily make a person ugly, in many cases it makes them look better. But the outside is just a package it is not what counts. But in the case of this sin excessiveness is key and it is often depicted as morbidly obese characters)
Envy- Mary Anne
Greed- Mr Howell
Sloth- Mrs Howell
I'm not a Christian so I might not understand that's why I asked but if I see one of my friend knows Chinese which helps him a lot and I wish to learn it too then where am I wrong ?
Envy instills a rage and hate and can turn people into monsters (of the human kind, nothing supernatural). Imo the worst of the group, and one that really does not have a neutral or positive side to it. It is the only one that feels truly evil instead of just unfavored behaviour.