Let say that your minister realizes that he was never really saved and “being saved” never took in his life and he was going through the motions really just preaching because of the money in a large ministery. Now this minister was responsible for bringing many people to God, to be “saved” and faithfully preaching OSAS and the five solas. But one day he realized he wasn’t saved and left the ministery. Are you still saved? Can unbelief, teach belief in this case?
According to OSAS you can not come to “being saved” by a lack of faith, trickery or deceit, right? Would your salvation be assured? Preaching the word without living it would be a work of the flesh, right? Boosting? All preaching that led you to be saved by this man would be described as what then? It can’t be God working through sin, right?
This question is unique to OSAS ministers. They are either the elect or not, right? It’s all or none for them. What if it’s none?