Reply to "Not a Sermon only a Thought"

ksazma posted:

Ravi's concept is wrong. At least where Islam is concerned. Getting to heaven has nothing to do with being a good person. Even Jesus had a problem with the man addressing him as good. Getting to heaven is based on doing good. The more good you do the higher your station in heaven. No one can be as good as God and God is not unreasonable to expect or demand what he knows man cannot be. Even Jesus said he is not good like God. Paul corrupted Jesus' teachings because he hated Jesus. One is better off rejecting Paul and his corrupted teachings.

I don't know what Kool-Aid you been drinking, Marja/Imam you been listening too or book you been reading to find Paul hatred of Jesus where Paul corrupted Jesus teaching. Show us your proof of that and I will show you where you lack the understanding of the bible.

I currently don't have the idle time to respond to every fallacious statement you type here. But in case you missed the point of what Jesus was teaching, here it is again"

"In telling the young man to keep the commandments, Jesus was not saying that he could be saved by obeying the commandments; rather, Jesus was emphasizing the Law as God’s perfect standard. If you can keep the Law perfectly, then you can escape sin’s penalty but that’s a big if. When the man responded that he met the Law’s standard, Jesus simply touched on one issue that proved the man did not measure up to God’s holiness. The man was not willing to follow the Lord, if that meant he must give up his wealth. Thus, the man was breaking the two greatest commands; he did not love his neighbor as himself, and he did not love the Lord with all his heart. He loved himself (and his money) more. Far from keeping “all” the commandments, as he had claimed, the man was a sinner like everyone else. The Law proved it"

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