Dave and I attended seminary together during my second time at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. I still consider him a close friend; though, we haven’t communicated much lately. I do differ greatly with some of his Catholic teachings — for example, the Rosary and praying to saints, which is discussed in this video — we think a lot alike regarding who goes to heaven.
I see Dave is an anomaly among Catholic teachers. I’ve never heard any other Catholic teach what he does on salvation. He would likely agree with what I often say: we must actually abide in Christ to be “in Christ.” Whereas most evangelicals believe Luther’s “only believe.” [And most Catholics think they’re good to go with some ‘Hail Marys,’ ‘Our Fathers’ and the sacraments, which I’ve always found a huge deception.]
We must have faith to enter when we die and see Jesus face to Face, which requires a pure heart. See: Who-Goes-To-Heaven Scriptures — Narrow is the Way | Who are the Children of God? — “There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT”
Dave Anders is the only person on TV whom I know of who teaches the truth about who goes to heaven; though, we do differ in some points, especially regarding infant baptism as being the start, which I just posted an article on.
Watch @ 18:45 Joe Biden refused communion, why?
CALLED TO COMMUNION – Dr. David Anders – October 30 , 2019
What I wrote on Facebook:
Abortion is considered a grave sin by the Catholic church and by God Himself, which must be repented of. Biden is unrepentant of publicly promoting and supporting abortion.
Paul warns in 1 Cor. 11 how no one should take communion in an unworthy way. This is often ignored by evangelical churches today.
Some in the early church took this very seriously, which I see as wise.
This was the attitude here in the first century. This document also says: “you shall not murder a child by abortion,” which I just highlighted in orange, along with the reconciliation passage, which Jesus taught in Matthew 5.
The Didache (70-100 AD): Reconciliation was required to attend early church meetings! “Let no one who is at odds with his fellow come together with you, until they be reconciled, that your sacrifice may not be profaned.”
I believe we need to get back to what was taught and practiced in the early church so Jesus prayer of us being ‘ONE’ with each other in Him “THAT THE WORLD WILL KNOW” (John 17) will be accomplished soon.
That’s what my ONEcanhappen blog is all about.