Well, you closed by saying if we “questioned” your capitalized view, we have turned our backs on God! That sounded a bit ‘disastrous’ to me. I’m sorry if that characterization exaggerated your feeling about it.
You state, “I accept your view,” but that statement and your alternative stated view sounds to me like you quite reject it.
I don’t care whether anyone is “orthodox.” I have often been seen on this forum as the resident heretic, and I do not fit the evangelical label very well at all. Still, asking why one could have a problem with an unorthodox position sounds peculiar on an evangelical site. But the only problem I was trying to state is that if one asserts an interpretation of “justification” apart from engaging the Pauline texts, I couldn’t see on what common grounds we could dialogue over the question. But it’s fine with me for you to hold a differing view, and I’m sorry if I sounded otherwise.