Is it normal to think riches isn't a sin?
Riches isn't a bloody sin, that is, if you read the Old Testament. It says money is a gift from God, that God will let you have your possessions but not let you enjoy it (not literally, because that means thieves will come in to steal them). Therefore money and possessions have a spiritual significance and must be respected. He who is not rich is a poor man, and that's bad. It's not obvious but God wants you to be happy and though I'm Christian I'm not the type who will obey the New Testament, you're clean without connection to Jesus. Whatever is good or bad for the soul, man makes it up, religion is always cleverly inventing its own rules and the bizarre rules of Puritanism, though saintly, aren't put there to stop your freedom. Man can drink alcohol, why shouldn't he? And he can be rich. Anyone without money or possessions is making themselves miserable, God doesn't take away any of man's comforts, it's not a sin to be rich, is that normal?