I disagree, maybe. Given Skom's ego, he probably believes that God has his back, and agrees with his mistakes. Even so, "Forgive us our transgressions..." covers everything. I'm not sure how Skom would paraphrase God's Word. Would he think that he can be forgiven for sins without ever acknowledging them? Would he think that an unaccounted for sin will cost him dearly? Would one unaccounted for sin be any different from a billion, to a god that would eternally punish non-belief?How do you get from one to the other? How do you not see that you cannot? Why do you keep repeating this mistake if you're not the moron that I say you are?
You lied about me, maligned me, and walked away from your mess, refusing to take responsibility, as your doctrine allows you to do, EXACTLY as I described. And you've already forgiven yourself for it all, EXACTLY as I described.
But I haven't.
If I believed in Hell, I'd naturally assume I was wrong about everything, just to play it safe. There's no way I'd let my ego doom me to an eternity of torture, if I believed in such a thing. Why would I risk it, if I really believed in it? Why would I assume to understand the rules perfectly, if I really believed my eternal soul was at stake? What would I be relying on for my information about the rules? It would have to be other humans. An intelligent person would look for those versions of the rules which are most stringent, just to be safe, I would think. But then, that is a rational skeptic's approach. We're dealing with a Christian.