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Sin may obstruct communion, and leave the soul in sadness and darkness for a season; but since, as Shakespeare says, "All is well that ends well" sin in a believer is well since it ends in eternal life. How shall we who died to sin live any longer in it?It is true that salvation can be found only in God's grace through faith, and not by human action. As Romans tells us, the law's purpose is to show us that we are sinners who need God's grace.If there is no law there is no sin (see Romans , 7:7; James -25).Martin Luther agrees, saying that the person "who destroys the doctrine of the law, destroys at the same time political and social order.Antinomianism is a belief in salvation through predestination.
Yet they insist that they are perfectly holy in Christ "up there," while perfectly carnal and corrupt "down here" in their moral state... Darby said to the writer, "Jesus does not walk about in heaven dropping off fingers and toes," it follows that every believer once incorporated into Christ is absolutely sure of ultimate salvation. No act of sin, even murder, can remove us from our standing in Christ.Besides, why beat the hero when you can torture him with the most horrible thing in the universe... Or six hours of laxative commercials, or six hours of the Ice Capades.Basically anything so bad that the Suckiness Is Painful. A variant is for the villain to do torture that is so ridiculous and/or Faux Horrific it would never work, but everyone acts as if it would. Not to be confused with Unishment, when its the character who wants the punishment rather than the audience. Sue: I will go to the animal shelter and get you a kitty cat. And on some dark, cold night I will steal away into your home, and punch you in the face.A “triduum” in Roman Catholicism is the observance of three days leading up to a special feast day.Quakers (or members of the Religious Society of Friends), participate in an "Alternative Christianity." The Society, which began in 1660, has a Christian background, but many key elements of Quaker doctrine stray from true Christianity, including Quaker approval of ecumenism, religious tolerance, and homosexuality.