[quote:vk6ct0qk]I don’t know what you mean by this. This turns into a finger pointing match. [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
No answer needed
[quote:vk6ct0qk]You say in your post about 2 different types of sins – then what do we do with Rev. 21:27 if I am to believe in what your interpretation claims?
Easy, we have purgatory remember? You get cleansed in Purgatory and the process of continues so you can be made clean and enter heaven. [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
So let’s see if I have this straight – you say we have Baptism to get Justified 2 until you die to get re-justified in confession to a priest 3 – then there is before death – the last rites and as you just pointed out – even after death, theres Purgatory – all those sacraments and methods to get rid of sins …… I wonder what Jesus accomplished at Calvary then…..
Naw – I’ll stick with Jesus
and what about James 2:10
No contradiction here. Where does it say that all the sins are the same? [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
James 2:10 For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all.
Same to me!
At least my way the verses don’t fight each other.
So you say, [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
Well we agree on that at least
I showed you the difference, some sins God simply ends a persons physical lifeas in Ananias and his wife in Acts 5, so I guess my glasses are just fine thank you.
No where in the verse is it talking about physical death???? [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
Hello? Acts 5 they died 1 Cor. 11:30 the word sleep is used for Chistians that died!
Why do you avoid answering my question about justification?
My goodness Ron, are you serious? Scroll up and read. If not, rephrase your question CLEARLY. This seems to be a difficult task for you. [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
A simple yes or no to hard to type?