Originally posted by @fmf
It seems you didn't bother to read my second paragraph.
If you’d like to discuss substance, why not tackle a few of these points?
You can insult me all you want. It just shows how weak your case is.
You have falsely said good works are required for salvation.
You have falsely said a Christian cannot sin (though it appears you may have backed off this absurd statement.)
You have falsely claimed Jesus Christ never said believing in him was all that was needed for eternal life.
You have failed to explain how a just God could require good works for salvation and never tell His followers how many good works they must do.
You have failed to explain how Jesus Christ granted eternal life to the thief on the cross after the thief expressed faith in Him as the Son of God and before the thief did any good works.
You have failed to explain why Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross was necessary if a Christian who sins cannot enter heaven.
You have failed to explain how a Christian who is still living in the flesh and in a sinful world can avoid for any long period of time the sins of anger, coveting, lying and looking on a woman with lust in his heart.
You neglect that becoming more Christ like is exhibiting “the fruits of the Spirit” and you instead emphasize doing an unspecified number and type of good works.
You judgmentally and arrogantly claim Christians who do not subscribe to your false doctrine of salvation by good works are going to hell.
You can’t even avoid sinning in the forum of a chess website and yet you condemn other Christians for sinning when you know nothing about them.