So, “Who Sinned?” I wish it were more ambiguous. But in Peterson’s interpretation, Jesus helps us out a little bit. “You’re asking the wrong question.” Looking for someone to blame doesn’t solve anything. “All have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23) None of us are free from sin, we are all still learning. So the question is not so much about who sinned, but “What do we do about our sin?” What do we do about our confidence that we have it all figured out? What do we do about the mistakes we make, when we know we could ask for forgiveness, and be forgiven, but don’t really want to acknowledge what has happened and what our role is in the mistake. What we do about our sin is the larger question that still confronts us today.