All thoughts, or so it would appear, demand certain logical ends. OSAO is no exception. If OSAS is true, and men can be cognizant of it pertaining to their salvation personally, certain things are logically assumed. The issue I wish to address is the issue of salvation held by faith or salvation held by absolute knowledge as OSAS assumes. If one states that OSAS is true, they must possess knowledge where all doubt is forever eliminated and the notion held, eliminating any possibility of deception or error. My question to the list concerns ones idea of faith, and what logical ends such a notion as faith demands. Is it possible to have faith in ones salvation and hold to OSAS not only a doctrinal belief but as a cognizant notion concerning ones own standing before the God in this present world? Can one hold any notion by faith while at the very same time hold something by absolute knowledge? Can one hold ones salvation by faith and yet at the same time hold that faith by absolute knowledge, which the logical ends of OSAS demand?