Does OSAS mean that we can sin all we want and even stop believing in Jesus and still be saved? Because I ran into some who support and or defend this view
A person who is saved can "sin all they want" and still be saved. But that saved person doesn't want to sin. At all.
Also the hypothetical 'stop believing in Jesus' is impossible for the saved person. Say you were drowning. You were just about to give up and die because it was over. Then at the last minute someone pulls you out and saves you. That's a pretty big event in your life, right? Are you going to forget the name of the person who saved you? Are you going to deny that it happened? Salvation by the Lord Jesus Christ is an even bigger event. Not possible to forget or deny.
There's no way to really defend or deny your position because the position is a misunderstanding of Salvation from a carnal view of working at the law.
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