Does it matter what one believes, so long as he is sincere?


"God hath from the beginning chosen you to salvation through sanctification of the Spirit and belief of the
truth." 2 Thess. 2: 13.
NOTE - Doctrine affects the life. Truth leads to life and God; error to death and destruction. No
one would think of saying it matters not what god one worships, so long as he is sincere, any more than he
would think of saying it matters not what one eats or drinks, so long as he relishes what he eats and drinks;
or what road he travels, so long as he thinks he is on the right road. Sincerity is a virtue; but it is not the test
of sound doctrine. God wills that we shall know the truth, and He has made provision whereby we may
know what is truth.

In what words was this promise renewed to Abraham?
What led to Satan's sin, rebellion, and downfall?
Through whom is this reconciliation made?
To what insults was Christ subjected at the house of the high priest?
With what promise do the Old Testament Scriptures close?
Who minister to God, and assist in the judgment?
When man lost his dominion, to whom did he yield it?

Questions & Answers are from the book Bible Readings for the Home Circle