I received a recent comment a few levels down on an older post that spoke candidly to a hidden belief of many Christians. One that is divisive and contrary to the greatest commandment of loving God and our neighbor as ourselves (Luke 10:27). We sometimes need to be reminded to consider the plank in our own eye before condemning the speck in the eyes of others (Matt. 7:3-5).
In summary, I guarantee that every saved Christian that has ever lived has had some error in their theology. God is too big, life is too nuanced, the Bible too complex and, in some cases, a flat-out mystery for that not to be the case. Christians are held accountable for what we know, not what we don’t know. And, even in those areas where we know we are continuing to sin, (to lie, to be angry, to be sexually immoral in whatever that might mean) God has provided a solution through grace, not works, based on a heart-change, not the law (Gal. 2:16) so that we can come to Him as filthy rags (Isa. 64:6) and be forgiven and saved (Eph. 2:8-9, Rom. 10:9).