... To say we are sinners saved is an oxymoron. If you are saved, redeemed, justified, reconciled (etc etc) you are no long a sinner. You are saved, redeemed.. etc etc. That's you're new identity. It's like saying you are a filthy spotless cloth, it's a complete oxymoron.
.... once we have been saved, redeemed, etc we can no long refer to ourselves sinners.
OK, so, as a Christian, one is 'saved'.
Once someone is 'saved' they are, then, no longer sinners.
Does that mean, then, that Christians ~ ie people who are 'saved' ~ do not or cannot commit sins?
Christians never break the commandments?
Or do anything wrong at all?
That's isn't correct.
How do we solve this riddle?