The addict . . . may be addicted either to the substance in question or to his own obsession with quitting and become a 'dry drunk.' . . .--On Being a Theologian of the Cross: Reflections on Luther's Heidelberg Disputation, 1518 (Eerdmans 1997), 16, 17, 27
We must come to confess that we are addicted to sin, addicted to self, whatever form that may take, pious or impious. . . .
One can be addicted either to what is base or to what is high, either to lawlessness or to lawfulness.