There is only right or wrong when discussing a matter. One person can be right and the other wrong, or both could be wrong, but no way can two different view points be right. For example, if the Bible teaches that a person will be lost in Hell for failing to repent (Luke 13:3), the conclusion is that anyone who believes a different point of view is wrong. If the Bible teaches that homosexuality is a sin, then any different view is wrong (Romans 1:26–32; Matthew 19:4–6; 1 Timothy 1:8–10). If a person teaches that any church will do, and the Bible teaches that Jesus built one church, then the opposite view is wrong (Matthew 16:18; Colossians 1:18; Ephesians 1:22–23).
Many in the religious world call for unity in diversity, rather than asking people to give up man-made doctrines and to become united behind what the Bible teaches (Mark 7:7; Proverbs 14:12; Matt. 15:12–14; 1 Corinthians 1:10; Eph. 5:11; Galatians 1:8–10; Philippians 3:16). Further evidence of only being right or wrong can be seen from what will take place at the judgment seat of Christ. People will go to Heaven or they will go to Hell with no middle ground (Matt. 25:31–46; John 5:28–29).
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