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Victor says
[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

Ron wrote:
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!

[quote:vk6ct0qk]Ron wrote:
At least my way the verses don’t fight each other.

So you say, [/quote:vk6ct0qk]
Well we agree on that at least
Ron wrote:
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!

Ron wrote:
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?