Remember, we're not Catholics. The idea that God is unfaithful to keep His promises and will take our salvation away is a Catholic belief, not a Christian belief, and certainly not a Biblical belief.So, if you divorced and remarried and lived basically in a state of adultery, then your salvation is not in peril?
One cannot earn their salvation by marriage, by not divorcing, by not getting remarried.
If one is born again, then why would they want to live in unrepentant sin? And how is somebody being satisfied to live in unrepentant sin in any way consistent with the Bible's teaching that a born again believer will turn from his sin?
Neither Jesus nor Paul ever said one's salvation is predicated on their marital status.But Jesus makes it quite clear - and this is substantiated by Paul - what our view of divorce and remarriage should be.
Don't care. The Bible says what it says. You either believe it or you don't. If they don't believe it, that's their problem.However, it's your understanding of the Bible that you're going with; other Christians have different ideas of what is essential and what is not.
Do you know what a non-sequitur is? You should. You just committed it.How can the Bible be a final authority when Christians have different understandings of what are essential doctrines?
That people do not submit to an authority doesn't mean it's not an authority. It just means they refuse to submit to the authority.
Don't blame me. It was your list.You've given the very minimal doctrines you think are essential
It doesn't matter what they think. The Bible says what it says. Either they believe it or they don't.but other Christians think otherwise. Does that make you right and them wrong, or you wrong and them right, or both of you wrong?
You're talking about the "faith of me". I'm talking about the faith of Christianity.Sure. If the faith is the faith of "me".
But, since you brought it up, there is no way for us to be unified with those outside Christianity and I have no desire to unite with them.
It doesn't matter what they think. The Bible says what it says. Either they believe it or they don't.Why are they wrong when they might think that you are wrong for precisely the same reason?
I can only tell you what the Bible says.Charming. Nice to know we can discuss a topic and consign one another to hell.
There was no discussion of theological matters here. You just repeated the same question over and over and then ignored my answer. I don't know if you have some sort of learning disability or if you're just trolling but having to repeat myself to someone who won't listen is getting tiresome. I think it's time for me to invoke Proverbs 26:4 here.Thanks, Mike, but I think I've had enough of this conversation. I enjoy discussing theological matters
I agree. We're not God. But we do have His Word. It's just a matter or whether or not you're going to accept it.but I don't enjoy making or receiving judgements about who is going to hell and who is. Neither one of us is God.