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As a natural unionist and active Protestant, I am not in a position to write a fair-minded reflection on the death of Martin McGuinness. As a former IRA commander, he led death squads responsible for the murder of many people. He never, as far as I can tell, repented of these actions and he remained a hero to those who gloried in them. Truly, his victims’ blood cries out to God from the ground. In later life, however, he was deemed a suitable colleague by the great Dr Paisley whose son today told the BBC that a man should be judged by the end of his life, not the start.
The official, correct answer of course is a ‘no’. Church-going doesn’t save us and therefore is unnecessary for salvation. Fine. Yet I’m starting to change my mind; I’m beginning to think that those Christians who don’t attend church may not make the final river-crossing. Here’s why I’m holding to this evangelical heresy:
Produced by Ligonier with the Christian Institute: Looks rather good.