What a horrifying shock to read Joseph Farah's column on salvation. What a tragedy to read that he began by correctly insisting that cryogenics, etc., are not the path to heaven, but then went right into a doctrinal ditch. Joseph likely led thousands of people into hell, by repeating the lie from hell that eternal life can be found in "playing by the rules."
I do not know of one claim that could possibly be any more disgustingly offensive to God, absolutely contrary to what His Word says, and suicidally dangerous to a spiritual seeker. I have never read a more unbiblical and treacherous claim – even by any atheist – in my life!
The Bible could not possibly be any clearer about the steps to salvation: Repentance (turning from sin) and belief in Christ (exercising faith in Him as one's only hope). Period. Full Stop. End of Report.
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Farah's offensive and suicidal claim makes no sense logically and also makes the death of Christ and the Bible's teaching of salvation by grace but cruel hoaxes, nothing but sick jokes. If we could keep the rules, Jesus would not have needed to come here to die for us.
May God have mercy on Farah's soul, after deliberately leading people to hell by repeating the foul lie that we must keep rules to be saved. I would not want to be in Joseph's shoes on That Day. He didn't keep the rule about not bearing false witness himself, and he did that regarding … God Almighty!
I know you will not post my letter, but hopefully, someone there at WND will read this and reject the foul lie of salvation by works. If this reaches and wakes up ONE person, it will have been worth the time and effort.
Oscar R. Lynch