[quote:2rp29guu]With all do respect, Victor, You are just giving me your Catholic opinion which sets up “what do I do now?” types of contraditions. [/quote:2rp29guu]
I don’t know what you mean by this. This turns into a finger pointing match.
[quote:2rp29guu]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?[/quote:2rp29guu]
Easy, we have purgatory remember? ” title=”Wink” /> You get cleansed in Purgatory and the process of continues so you can be made clean and enter heaven.
[quote:2rp29guu]and what about James 2:10,11?[/quote:2rp29guu]
No contradiction here. Where does it say that all the sins are the same?
[quote:2rp29guu]At least my way the verses don’t fight each other. [/quote:2rp29guu]
So you say,
[quote:2rp29guu]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.[/quote:2rp29guu]
No where in the verse is it talking about physical death????
[quote:2rp29guu]Why do you avoid answering my question about justification?[/quote:2rp29guu]
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.