Originally posted by SuzianneI have noticed that [Rajk999] claims that as long as people act in a way that approaches "God's Will" ("doing works", according to him), it does not matter if they believe in any God at all.
Perhaps it is true. He has attempted to back this idea with reference to scripture.
He totally rejects the idea of Christians having any sort of "relationship" with Christ.
You have put "relationship" in quotation marks but have not said why, so I can't comment. But I know that his Christian beliefs stress obeying Christ's commands. Is obeying Christ a relationship?
He has often said how there are atheists who are more likely to see Heaven than some Christians.
I have heard him argue this and he has provided scripture. You disagree with him, I get that, but I am not sure why you are so angry about it.
To him, the word "Christian" is an insult in and of itself. And he uses it that way.
I don't think this is true. I think he simply disagrees with some Christians about what the teachings of Christ are.
He claims that ALL Christians only have "mouth-worship"...
This simply is not true although I realize you might get some internet-gratification from saying it.
He claims that ALL Christians only have "mouth-worship", yet we haven't seen that he has any concept of what actual belief entails.
I think he talks about what being a Christian entails absolutely all the time.
He only tells us time and again what "his" belief entails ("following Christ"... we don't know, he strangely never gives any testimony of how he actually DOES this) and how it is "so different" than that of "Christians".
Well the discussion is about what the Bible says and what the correct doctrine is and not about the autobiographies of posters.
He doesn't go one post without attacking Christians, in direct denial of Christ's commandment.
He has disagreements with them, sure. You surely "attack" Christians too?
And as my final evidence, magically here are YOU (someone who has made a career out of attacking Christians in this forum), defending him.
What is it evidence of according to you?
Perhaps you are the one with your eye off the ball.
Not at all. I find "the ball" ~ i.e. the disputed imperatives for Christians surrounding faith and works ~ very interesting. Perhaps I have my eye on it more keenly than you do.