Under the understanding of Orthodox meaning "right teaching" and God has made an objective correct answer on a given issue; If a person arrives at an incorrect doctrine, can they truly be well intentioned, given that the result differs from God's will? 2 Timothy 2 talks about people being ensnared by the devil to do his will, but I don't know if this is specifically in regard to salvation. In 1 Corinthians 1 we see that Christians can have wrong ideas on how to practice Christianity, so it isn't just a matter of having the holy spirit. If God's will is perfect, and a person isn't aligned with it, that seems to say they are motivated by something other than God. This motivator is therefore sinful, and not a good intention but tarnished by pride, selfishness etc. Is there a term for this concept?