In Heb. 12:1 , Paul is mentioning an ‘easily entangling’ kind of sin.
What is this meaning of this sin?
According to Ellicott’s Commentary for English Readers, there is no exact answer to this.
Whatever view be taken of the one peculiar word, it does not seem possible that the phrase can point to what is known as a “besetting sin,” the sin which in the case of any one of us is proved to possess especial power.
But maybe some of you has an hermeneutic approach to this?