Fred, you wrote:
Ron, I don’t think you really care what we have to say. Your agenda is all spelled out right here: http://www.wisconsinchristiannews.com/v … ory_id=461
If you were seeking in earnest to have a respectable discussion that would be fine, but it seems like you have come here to “evangelize” us silly Catholics into your gospel of doctrines that satisfy your itching ears. (2 Timothy 4:3-4)
Unless you actually have something worthwhile to discuss I suggest you hang it up here because we won’t play your game.
What good homework you did! However perhaps instead of refusing to “play” maybe you could learn from a true believer in Jesus Christ! After all, there is only one way to salvation and it is NOT Catholisim as I was taught, not through merits but by grace along through Faith Alone in Christ’s finished work at Calvary. If you remember right, I started this by simply pointing out that you may talk the talk of truth, but your walk is way off line!
Victor – you asked “what did Jesus’ brothers not being Christian” have to do with anything? – It’s like Paul wrote in 2 Cor 6:14 “Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?” and also applied to marrages in 1 Corinthians 7:39 – The wife is bound by the law as long as her husband liveth; but if her husband be dead, she is at liberty to be married to whom she will; [u:3fybhdm5]only in the Lord.[/u:3fybhdm5] [/b]
I thank you for patience however let’s not forget the point is who is right?
Certainly I can prove by Scriptures alone that was what Jesus did whenever a problem came up, He said “It is written…’ Should we be any different? Paul wasn’t! He said not to go beyond what is written in 1 Cor 4:6.
But as for this:”But your insults and fairytales about my Church will get you no where. I can provide you with with a truck load of historical evidence about Mary and like many Protestants you will only ignore it because it’s not in Scripture. Ifear my efforts will be in vain. Your position about “adelphos” has fallen in it’s face with what I just provided. Do you have anything else to add? ” – fairytales? All you have is so-called historical evidence. Doesn’t that strike you as odd because it isn’t in Scriptures? You prove my point!!! Insults? Not intended but then was this comment ment to encourage me? – “Bravo Fred, Bravo…..
Couldn’t of said it better. Let’s see what our friend Ron will respond” No but I never said that was insulting either. I think Scriptures supported my point about Mary’s “Perpetusl virginity” just fine.
SHould we continue about the many ways in which your Catechism contradicts Scriptures?