ME advocates have stated all of the following as true: 1. Eternal life is not really eternal. It is life for 1,000 years. John 3:16, therefore, is not talking about unending life. It is only about life for 1,000 years, conditional on your behavior. 2. Although it contradicts #1, ME advocates also say believers have unending life by grace through faith plus nothing. 3. Although it contradicts #2, ME advocates also state believers must earn eternal life by works. If we do not do good works, we will suffer eternal damnation in the lake of fire/hell. 4. Believers with unconfessed sin will spend eternity in the lake of fire/hell. 5. Grace and works are two of many aspects of the single gospel. 6. Contradicting #5, there are actually two or more gospels, including the gospel of grace, and the gospel of the kingdom. (They ignore Paul's warning that if anyone preach another gospel, which is no gospel at all, let him be accursed.) 7. There are at least 3 salvations we must obtain by grace and by works. 8. Justification is entirely by works. There is no answer to the fact that the Bible says God is the one who justifies, and that by the works of the law no flesh shall be justified. It is as if these verses do not exist. Only the misrepresented verse in James exists. 9. Romans 8, in reference to "if God is for us, who can be against us?", asks the question, "Who is he who condemns?" ME folk actually insist this passage says it is Christ who condemns! (I kid you not!) 10. We have our own righteousness apart from the righteousness of Christ, and our righteousness is what qualifies us for eternal life. 11. Ignoring all of the passages about how we are not in bondage again to fear, and the perfect love casts out all fear because fear has to do with punishment (which we will not experience) -- ME folk claim that God's "good" reason for threatening to send us to eternal damnation in hell is that fear will make us behave.