That's a bold claim. Can you prove it? It appears I've interpreted the scriptures quite differently than mid-Acts theology, yet I believe I'm saved.
On another thread, Lighthouse suggested that there is hope for me, which seemed odd. (I was not sure whether to chuckle or become concerned that belief in mid-Acts doctrines could in any way improve my salvation.)
I'm not in bondage, brother. The truth set me free, thanks to God.
Strive to be "good enough?" As our Lord taught ...[N]one is good, save one, that is, God." So I don't play morality, but allow His Spirit to lead me as I walk in Him (Galatians 2:20). It's supposed to be an "easy yoke and light burden."
They tend to turn MAD into a sect and make salvation/fellowship too tied into a rare disp view.