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Under the impression of “Forensic Files” I have noticed a statistic regularity. Of all the hundreds of ideas GOOD DEEDS are chosen to be “under attack” even though this idea is in John, James, Matthew, in the very words of Jesus, in the practice of Jesus and the Apostles. It would take a dissertation but what is on the surface is clear. There is a collection of methods to oppose GOOD DEEDS. To name just a few 1).Attempt to separate good deeds from faith Nobody considers good deeds alone to be saved but that is the standing accusation. 2). Attempts to draw the idea of being perfect to the subject although one can easily perform good works without being perfect. 3)translation flaw 4) Attempt to designate the idea to one period only. 5)Attempt to designate the idea for one people only, 6)Creation of a derogatory name for the supporters and so on to name just a few. The reason for that in my opinion is this. If I had a parish I would lose it on the next day. How would I support my family ? Modern people demand a show and pleasant impressions. The sermon is to be permeated with humor and fun and modern music and what not. I would certainly do that. But there is one more thing. If I tried to tell them the bitter truth about good works and that few will be saved they would go to an easier preacher or worse they would seek another religion. The world would hate me (in fact it does already for my downright attitude).