I have a question about this portion of your article. I'm struggling with forming my question properly. So bear with me.
(Here's the paragraph in question)
(But other doctrines, such as the Rapture, baptism, and the Triune nature of God, are not as clear. Don’t get me wrong, they are clear when you approach the Scriptures without liberal bias or corrupted hermeneutics that pervert your interpretation. But these are not requirements for salvation.)
It has been my belief that if you deny the triune nature of God, that would disqualify you from a true salvation.
Wouldn't that be a different Jesus??
"Reason for concern"
My sister's are high ranking members of the "church of christ" and do not believe in the Triune nature of God, so it is my opinion that they are believing in a different Jesus and true salvation eludes them.
It is a strong damning opinion I have and am not proud of it. Help me out here.
God bless you and your wonderful work
I don't think having a perfect understanding of the Trinity is a pre-requisite for salvation. We aren't told what the thief on the cross understood, other than his unrighteousness and Christ's righteousness. Children wouldn't fully understand (if at all) the Triune nature of God. I think that sects and sections within Christianity that promote aberrant teachings purposefully (such as SDA, certain Churches of Christ, Oneness Pentacostals, etc.) are promoting a heretical teaching that will bring upon them more severe judgments, but ultimately, God knows our hearts and He is the One who will make that decision based upon that individual's understanding.