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Sometimes I wonder about the Trinitarian view.

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posted on May, 8 2013 @ 08:07 AM
reply to post by jmdewey60

What is there to clarify?
Either the Bible talks about a judgment of works, or it doesn't, and I say it does.

So who will be at this judgment?
What are the possible results of this judgment?

You like to point out how other people commit fallacies like making a straw man, but do not hesitate in that practice yourself.

Bullocks! I gave you a few opportunities to clarify in detail the exact thing you said and you refused to do that so I said I was forced "to assume" what you said based on the initial post. You refused to clarify.

I already said at least twice that God is our savior but you want to keep going over to making out that I am promoting self-salvation, apparently only based on your aversion to the idea that you will have to face your personal history in the afterlife.

That's precisely why I asked specifically for you to clarify the comment you made about "taking it out of our own hand". That appears to claim that our salvation, is in our hands, not the hand of God. If God is the Savior, it's in HIS HAND.

The exact purpose of my asking for clarification. You said it was in our hands.

edit on 8-5-2013 by NOTurTypical because: (no reason given)

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