If I received Abraham on the basis of his belief, and nothing that you currently think of as essential doctrine had been developed yet, then what did he believe? His belief was not based around a list of assertions, but in a living God. He believed me, and acted in response. You describe your faith as a relationship with me. Doesn’t this approach seem more relational than assent to a list of propositions, even if they are true? I challenged my audience to search the scriptures in which they thought they had eternal life, to see that they testified of me. Come to me and live. Did you think that faith could be reduced to believing items on a list?
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