Salvation is for sinners

Savation is for sinners, not for the righteous. The expression, “salvation for the righteous,” is incorrect.
People who call Shinchonji church of Jesus a cult are speaking nonsense just like John Calvin. It is so disconcerting when they use the expression, “salvation for the righteous.” They sound as arrogant as the devil Jesus said, “Those who are healthy don’t need a physician, but those who are sick do. Go and learn what this saying means; ‘I want mercy and not sacrifice.’ For I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners,” (Mt 9:12-13).
A former member of Shinchonji who betrayed us and left has joined hands with another person who claims that salvation is for the righteous. This person who left Shinchonji now introduces himself to others claiming that he was second-in command before leaving Shinchonji. His actions, however, reveal him to be the smallest from a biblical perspective. The devil himself, who is a fallen angel, was cast out of heave for the sin of exalting himself out of arrogance (Is 14:12-15). The truth is that everyone is a sinner because everyone was born with original and hereditary sins (Rom 3:10). Sinners must receive forgiveness for their sins through the righteous blood of Jesus (Mt 26:26-29; Rom6:6-11). Just as Jesus said, it is only by faith in this fact that people can attain salvation.
According to Calvin’s doctrine of predestination, people are predetermined to be saved or not even before they are born. This teaching, however, is incorrect. Jesus said that everyone who hates his fellow Christian is a murderer (1 Jn 3:15). Calvin was instrumental in the killing of many people who refused to believe his teachings (i.e. the doctrine of predestination). This division on the basis of doctrine is why so many churches exist today (e.g. the church of Jesus, the church of Calvin, etc.). If a Trinitarian is appointed as cult discriminator, others can only avoid being called heretics by also professing Trinitarian doctrines. Those who refuse to believe Trinitarian doctrines themselves, but still claim to follow a Trinitarian as their true pastor must also be heretics.
Saying that salvation is for the righteous is the same as when the devil called himself God (Ez28; 2Thes 2). Those who have not mastered the bible and have not received God’s revelation are recklessly spewing nonsense. They work only to trick others into also believing their lies.
Shinchonji is preaching the theology of the revelation in a way that answers the questions of who what, when, where, why, and how. Even though a new generation has already begun, the unenlightened people of this world are still asleep. How can they understand that a new generation has arrived?