the church is visible and it doesn't teach tulip, the most dangerous belief there is because according to tulip, it doesn't matter what you do
The visible churches are mixed with unrepentant sinners, hypocrites, and even reprobates.
The invisible church is heavenly and consists 100% of regenerated saints, justified by faith in Jesus Christ.
And I already gave you answer (Post #58) that it does very much matter that forgiven and sanctified believers obey.
that would be conditional
There are no conditions attached to Justification. We are saved by grace through faith alone, and not by works on our part of any kind. Even the act of believing is the gift of faith bestowed by regeneration of the Holy Spirit. (John 3:1-18)
However, Sanctification produces good works and evidences the presence of the Holy Spirit in a Christian's soul. Such good works validate faith. James 1:25, 2:17-26
The RCC fails to make proper distinction between the two doctrines of Justification and Sanctification.
there is only one distinction that makes a difference -
the church teaches that everyone can choose to be saved -
nice try. that condition was delt with before I was born. you told me that I need to eat the wafer, in the Catholic Church...Wow....that is a condition