On the recent thread expressing areas in which the typical Baptist might share commonly with Papists, there were some interesting responses. For instance, in one post (forgot the poster), it was mentioned that the trinity, deity of Christ, nature of sin ... were all aligned between Baptists and Papists. Now I would disagree with some items given on that list. For example, the deity of Christ. The typical papist does not consider the death of Christ removed the barrier and established man as reconciled to God. Rather, they must contend for some scheme of punishment of undetermined length in order to satisfy the wrath of God and therefore gain heaven. Such thinking denies the deity, purpose, and work of Christ. What areas do you consider provide Biblical doctrinal separation between the typical papist from that of the Baptist?