The important part of that passage is what it means "to be in Christ. It is interesting that you omit half of the verse and I would guess the other half condemns your doctrine hence you ignore it :
If I write too much, this poster accuses me of being blah, blah, blah, blah boring.
If I try to abbreviate my writing by quoting the most pertinent portion of a passage, he accuses me of purposely suppressing part of the passage.
Rom 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.
There is the passage in its entirety. Actually, the continuation establishes my point.
The self condemnation is overcome by walking
in the sphere and realm of Christ Jesus. I said exactly that when I did quote all the way down to verse 4.
Verse 4 - " That the righteous requirement of the law might be fulfilled in us, who do not walk according to the flesh but according to the spirit."
I must warn readers that Rajk999 is kind of a "sore looser". When he is refuted on one point in which he errs, he goes silent. He just opens up some other attack which he hopes will be effective. In this case it is not.
My point simply was that "no condemnation"
best understood in context, refers back to the self feeling of wretched hopelessness of law the law keeping effort.
The solution is walking by the Spirit in the regenerated human spirit.
In fact the next few verses explain in detail that :
walking after the flesh = carnal = sin = death,
walking after the spirit = righteousness = life.
In the post that Rajk999 is reponding to (supposedly), I already expounded down pretty much, to verse 4.
in verse 6 is the "death" of being separated practically from the freedom and life in God. The Christian who does not set his mind on the spirit where the Spirit of Jesus is, is experiencing some "death". The same kind of death is being experience in which Paul said -
"Who will deliver me from the body of this DEATH"
Once born of God and justified from eternal condemnation forever, to fulfill God's purpose the child of God must learn to set his mind on the spirit and walk by the Spirit in his regenerated spirit.
In so walking, step by step, he is free from self condemnation.
So there are some who claim to be in Christ but walk after the flesh, and that leads to death.
There aer some who walk after the Spirit and that leads to life.
The meaning is that ANYTIME we are not walking by the Holy Spirit we are in death. And those distracting people from Christ and turning them to try to be justified by the flesh keeping the law, are spreading spiritual death.