Trust in Jesus for your salvation! He took the punishment you deserve on the cross of Calvary so you can be with Him for eternity. That is how God remains righteous and just.So, according to Bossmanham:
1. God is just and righteous for sending people to hell if they do not trust in Jesus for their salvation.
2. But isn't not trusting Jesus for your salvation a sin for which Christ died? Remember, Bossmanham has just said that Christ took the punishment you (whoever "you" may be) on the cross of Calvary.
3. Questions: If Jesus took the punishment that "you" deserve at Calvary, then wasn't God's justice satisfied? If not, then what did Jesus' death actually accomplish?
If Jesus took the punishment and yet God still sends a person into everlasting damnation, then how is that "just" and "righteous." That looks like a classic case of double jeopardy. Christ takes the punishment, yet the person still goes into everlasting damnation.
Arminian justice: Christ dies for the sins of all mankind, and yet part of mankind gets to endure everlasting torment. That's not justice, that's injustice. That's not righteousness; that's unrighteousness.