I’ve re-thought this entire issue and want to propose that “Faith Guarantees Works” is only valid as a hypothetical construct. In other words, I don’t think practically we can look at anyone’s works and tell anything about their own eternal destiny. I’ll walk through the logic and the scripture, but what do you think? Why is it important to hold onto this theological assumption? What happens if works isn’t connected to faith? Where is the harm? What could be the good?