Roman Catholics, SDA, Methodists, Lutherans, church of Christ, etc. all deny that they believe in salvation by works. Instead, they interpret salvation by grace to be inclusive of "good works" as the necessary inseparable evidence. Therefore they restrict "fruits" to a certain abritrary standard of "good works" rather than doctrines and varying degrees of intermittant good works. Some interpret imputed righteousenss of Christ actually to be imparted righteousness or infused righteousness so that the works of the beleiver can be interpreted as the righteousness of Christ that justifies them on judgment day through their works. Some choose to semantically choose to describe good works on judgement day not by terms of "justification" but rather "the manifestation" of true children of God in order to escape the stigma that they believe "good works" are the ultimate cause for determing eternal destinationsn. However, regardless of the semantics, all of them have one thing in common. All of them believe that a true born again justified child of God (not a false professor) can actually committ a certain kind of "bad" work that forfeit their eternal life/justification/regeneration. That bad work is to intentionally choose to reject their salvation by an act of free will. This action cannot be attributed to God and so it must be attributed to man. This action cannot be called a "good" work so it must fall into the category of a "bad" work as there are no other options. Hence, they do believe that salvaiton can be ultimately determined by works regardless of their denials. However, the problem goes deeper than this. They deny that Christ provided a sufficient or satisfactory redemption to save the human will from its enmity and rebellion against God and His law (Rom. 8:7). Instead they believe the human will is the ultimate Savior of man as neither God or Satan has power to save the human will from sin. Hence, the human will retains the power of salvation or damnation rather than God's will. However, it goes deeper. They really deny that the redemption provided by Christ is substitutionary or satisfactory or having already obtained the full redemption of all those given to Christ by the Father so that NOTHING is lost - Jn. 6:39. When all the semantics are removed, the bottom line is that they do beleive in ultimate justification by "good" works as they do believe that "bad" works may forfeit true salvation - the bad act of freely choosing to reject Christ and thus our works are really the final determiner instead of saving, securing eternal "grace." The true Biblical position is that our faith is kept by the power of God through grace not by our will power, but by His will power (Philip. 2:13; 1 Pet. 1:5) and it is Christ's covenant obligation to the Father to LOSE NOTHING "of all" that the Father has given him - Jn. 6:39. The only ones that Christ ever loses are sons of perdition or false professors who are manifest by their anti-christ doctrinal fruits and consequences - 1 Jn. 2:19. The chief anti-christ false doctrine is "another gospel" of ultimate justification by works. Good works are ONE kind of "fruit" that manifests true believers but that manifestion has no manifest standard but varies in degree on an intermittant basis. Other fruits that manifest salvation are doctrinal and attitude fruits. Sinless perfection is never a fruit and therefore good works may vary as much between true believers as in the fourth soil in the parable of the soils (some thirty, sixty, hundred, etc.). Spiritual maturity determines degree of manifestation rather than some abritary "characterization" model.