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Most Protestants believe that the only way to damnation for a believer is for he or she to mindfully reject their faith.
Some Protestant theologians consider however that those of us who do make it to Heaven, may not enjoy equal conditions or rewards there.
However, those Catholics who have actually committed mortal sin can be absolved from that sin by a priest, i.e.
the priest interjects on their behalf to God to ensure forgiveness.
(Of course all Old Testament laws still have significance to Jews, and are an important part of their covenant with God.) to think about the impact that our decisions, actions and attitudes have on other people?
We always need to think how would we like to be impacted in that way by someone else?But importance is cautiously applied to the law within Christianity none-the-less.It is also worth making clear here again that our Lord wants, more than anything else, for each of us to For most Christians, knowing right from wrong is not as simple as accepting every rule or command within the entire Bible.Our closeness to God in Heaven may well bear a resemblance to our closeness to him in this life.And if we ‘mortal sin’, threatens a believer’s relationship with God (possible damnation).whether they will be rotestants, who make up a significant proportion of the greater Christian Church, largely believe that they will be saved regardless of their sins.