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Can Christians be Saved if their Doctrine is Wrong?



Possible, yes as God Alone Decides Mercy.




I pointed out earlier that ‘the eternal Hell theologian Swedenborg didn’t believe in the Trinity’.


However, the Trinity & Purgatorial Hell Universalism believing Sadhu Sundar Singh saw Swedenborg in the ‘Blessed Abodes’ proving that ‘Swedenborg must be Saved despite his doctrinal errors’.


Do note that I consider the ‘non-trinitarian heresy’ MORE SERIOUS than ‘believing that hell is eternal or not’ simply because it Relates to the FIRST & GREATEST of the 10 COMMANDMENTS.


Sundar Singh doesn’t just mention that ‘Swedenborg is saved but that Swedenborg occupies a high place in heaven’ —–> which Proves that ‘Salvation and Mercy is God’s Decision Alone as apostle Paul Beautifully mentioned too’ (in Verses below):


“What then shall we say? Is there injustice with God? Never may it be! For He says to Moses:


“I will show mercy to whom I may show mercy,

and I will have compassion on whom I may have compassion.”


So then, it is not of the willing, nor of the running, but of God showing mercy.” – apostle Paul (Romans 9:14 – 16, NASB)




Two people can have the ‘same doctrinal error’ but ‘one could be Saved while the other Judged’ or ‘Both Judged’ or ‘Both Saved’ as God Alone Determines that Righteously after ‘Looking at our hearts’:


“Every way of a man is right in his own eyes: but the LORD [YHWH] PONDERETH the HEARTS.” (Proverbs 21:2, KJV)






Correct Doctrine – Why is it Important?


“30 On that day, YHWH will judge the heaven

and the earth. He will judge those who

transgressed in heaven, and those who did so

on earth.


31 He will judge the shepherds of the people.

He will ask about the flock of sheep, and they

will be given to Him, without any deadly guile

existing in them.” (The Apocalypse of Elijah)

Translation Source:




P/S: I repeat the Last Verse above


“He (YHWH) will JUDGE the SHEPHERDS of the people. He will ASK about the FLOCK of SHEEP, and they will be given to Him, without any DEADLY GUILE existing in them”


What is the meaning of “GUILE“?


Sly or Cunning Intelligence.














Antichrist – How to know which “Antichrist” Theory is True?




If I read the ‘Book of Revelation regarding the Beast’ or ‘apostle Paul’s writing regarding the Son of Lawlessness’ or the ‘Apocalypse of Elijah regarding this Antichrist too’, how do I know which Context of Interpretation is right?




I understand it based on ‘St. Irenaeous of Lyons Against Heresies’ and ‘Hippolytus of Rome’s Treatise of Christ & the Antichrist’ addressing the “Antichrist Context” in a “purely Orthodox Christian only” perspective sir, perhaps you should too instead of ‘new-modern Jewish Christian mixed opinions’.


I have “no” reason to understand it otherwise unless I think that “I’m smarter than both Irenaeous & Hippolytus” which even forces me to ‘believe that they are wrong and I’m right?’


I don’t dare to ‘believe against their writings which are the EARLIEST FIRST CHRISTIANITY’ understanding regarding the “Antichrist”.




Peace to you

















God’s Hardening vs God’s Mercy


God Hardens the ones He intends to Judge who ‘did their own sins first’.


God sees the heart. He knows ‘whom to Harden’ (to Judge) and ‘whom to lead to Him’ to ‘believe in Him’ (Good, God Influences, not evil – James 1:13 – 17).


Biblical Example: The “Pharaoh” (Exodus 7:3, Exodus 9:12) —-> God “Hardened” Pharaoh’s heart to JUDGE HIM —> so that the ‘Pharaoh does NOT easily repent’ and ‘escape’ all the evils which he has done by enslaving people in the past & bullying them.




“For this people’s heart is waxed gross, and their ears are dull of hearing, and their eyes they have closed; lest at any time they should see with their eyes, and hear with their ears, and should UNDERSTAND with their HEART, and should be converted, and I should HEAL them.” (Matthew 13:15, KJV)


God is Perfect and He SEES all ‘hearts’ before deciding to have ‘Mercy or Hardening’:


“I, the LORD, search the heart, I test the mind, Even to give to each man according to his ways, According to the results of his deeds.” (Jeremiah 17:10, NASB)


Yes, God makes NO Mistakes.







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