JW Burgeson wrote:
> I wrote:
> >"The eternal destiny of human beings
> >will be measured by how much or how little solidarity
> >we have displayed with the hungry, the thirsty,
> >the naked, and the oppressed.
> >In the end, we will be judged in terms of love."
> George replied: "This kind of thing is why the Reformation was necessary."
> George, I did write more than just the above. To me, the above speaks of how
> we will experience the heavenlies, not how or whether we will get there.
I have no problem with the idea that the "rewards" of those who "build
upon the foundation" (cf. I Cor.3:10-15) will be different. But justification
is a crucial issue that demands absolute clarity.
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
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