There’s no such thing as “sin” in Norse Paganism. In Christianity, “sin” is defined as actions that bring you further from God or goodness. But in Norse Heathenry, all things are thought to possess inherent spiritual essence regardless of their moral alignment—this cannot be corrupted or lost because of actions. But even though actions don’t have a divine consequence, they can still have social ones. This is not, however, mandated by the gods.