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Interesting Contention - To Whom Does One Trust to Preserve Self in Afterlife?

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 17, 2021 at 16:07

From this reader's perspective, Reader Renox presupposes an interesting contention: that if one's Christian discipleship is secure in the knowledge of the Savior's ability to save, why did the notion of 'converting' from Christianity (a non-Christian term of changing belief system) seem possible when Islam is unconvincing of being able to save one for eternity? Sincerity, a term that is diaphanous in determining spiritual things, does become suspect if one does not understand why serving the Savior requires obedience in love. Reverting the conversion is just as questionable, if this is not resolved at a level greater than the first defection.

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