Wow, I'm really glad I asked you that question because that is a response I did not expect. I learned something new today. Thank you for answering honestly! : ) I hope you won't mind if I ask a couple more later on...I don't, because I disagree with the assertion that it's a works based system.Do you agree with the quote below? If not, please elaborate on what you think.
Even if one believes in a OSAS doctrine, it still requires that the person being saved make the conscious choice to accept Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior. It's no different in LDS. We have to choose to follow Him.
Usually when someone says a faith is "works based" they're suggesting that a person earns their way into Heaven. This is not so in LDS, for precisely the same reason as Protestant systems... lest one should boast.
As has been pointed out, the quote itself betrays a bias against LDS as a Christian system anyway, so I wouldn't expect the original author to have gained an accurate understanding on the LDS perspective on this issue.
No problem at all. I like answering friendly questions.Wow, I'm really glad I asked you that question because that is a response I did not expect. I learned something new today. Thank you for answering honestly! : ) I hope you won't mind if I ask a couple more later on...
Meh. I had bough the original Space Hulk back in the '90s when it first came out and all I really got out of it was the models.The re-release of "Space Hulk"?
Haha nice.*Warning: Some language, since it originated on 4chan*
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 4 guests