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Do all moral humans go to heaven?

As far as humanity is concerned, we are all immoral with respect to God's perfect standard of morality. That is why the law of God (as stated in the Bible) condemns all of us as sinners who cannot ...
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Christian Accountability for Actions Done in Fight or Flight

What Was I Thinkin (Dierks Bentley) really matters! There is quite a difference between murdering someone because you hate them and killing in wartime. Should America have stayed out of WWII? Does God ...
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Christian Accountability for Actions Done in Fight or Flight

Since your question is addressed to Christians, my answer will focus on believers who have come to saving faith in Christ Jesus and who have experienced the spiritual rebirth. A New Testament example ...
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Christian Accountability for Actions Done in Fight or Flight

The old covenant was all about physical actions, not about mental attitudes. Bad thoughts didn't become a sin unless they were acted upon. The new covenant expands sin to include thoughts and attitude....
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Christian Accountability for Actions Done in Fight or Flight

As noted in another answer, God knows and takes into account the motives in our hearts, our understanding of the situation, extenuating circumstances, etc. In Romans 2, Paul talks about how our ...
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Christian Accountability for Actions Done in Fight or Flight

God knows our intent and motivation. He is all-knowing. So, we will be held accountable accordingly. God is forgiving and therefore sincere repentance for such actions will lead to forgiveness.
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