Have you ever done any Christian History reading? Have you ever read any Creeds? Have you ever ______? [/quote:24pi2971]
What is it that you think I am missing? (Emphasis on think)
I’ve read enough, been around enough to know how to discern this issue.
[quote:24pi2971] your lack of research combined with your zealous attitude towards converting Catholics is embarassing to all critical and even open Protestant Christians. [/quote:24pi2971]
another slanted opinion! Catholics know historically that Jesus died for them but then tell us how to merit salvation thruogh Sacraments and good works, purgatory, prayers to Mary – all unbiblical- that is a false gospel my friend…
[quote:24pi2971]This is an oxymoron. A non-saving Gospel cannot exist [/quote:24pi2971]
Again to show that you are just giving your opinions, Scriptures says differently – 2 Cor 11:4 says there are false gospels out there – [b:24pi2971]For if he that cometh preacheth another Jesus, whom we have not preached, or if ye receive another spirit, which ye have not received, or [u:24pi2971][i:24pi2971]another gospel[/i:24pi2971][/u:24pi2971], which ye have not accepted, ye might well bear with him. [/b:24pi2971]
[quote:24pi2971]hate to break it to you but Sunday worship is merely tradition, Acts’ sabbath is our saturday according to our calender[/quote:24pi2971]
Have you ever read Scriptures? What day is this? – Acts 20:7 – [u:24pi2971][b:24pi2971]And upon the first day of the week[/b:24pi2971][/u:24pi2971], when the disciples came together to break bread, Paul preached unto them, ready to depart on the morrow; and continued his speech until midnight.
[quote:24pi2971]In my opinion, attacking those who affirm the Trinity, the Divinity of Christ, the salvation through Christ alone, etc. IS attacking them. Your fighting against God my friend, just because Catholics are different than your church now doesn’t make them your enemy (unless you make it so). [/quote:24pi2971]
Again thanks for your well meaning opinion, but errors don’t help me!