You say a few things that you may feel, but they are not truthful – let me point them out in your postings:
When I’m suffering from insomnia, reading the plagerism from anti-catholic writers, that has been disproven for more than two hundred years is a good way to fall into a deep sleep. [/quote:f8y1n87d]
Well good for you – whatever it takes for you I guess
Not to worry, one day Ron will come back to Christ and His Church. One day he will finally let down his guard and let Grace into his heart. One day the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts will reign supreme. [/quote:f8y1n87d]
I’ve told YOU how many times that I am in His church, you are the one out in left field or where ever, but it isn’t in HIS church!!!
[quote:f8y1n87d]Your questions have been answered here and elsewhere, you refuse to answer questions and simply reply that Catholics are brainwashed. [/quote:f8y1n87d]
Yes to the last part, now what have you asked that I haven’t responded to? or refused to?
Why indeed do you not answer questions Ronald, what exactly frightens you about the truth.[/quote:f8y1n87d]
What are you talking about?? Besides when did you show me truth since I’m continuously having to correct your remarks?
[quote:f8y1n87d] Why not comment in a civil and intelligent manner about the following books from former anti-catholics, who found the Sola Scriptura argument that they preached from their pulpits to be a false and hollow untruth. [/quote:f8y1n87d]
Another correction – that is only their opinon and yours probably as well.
Since you feel that way, tell me another book that God wrote for us please!
[quote:f8y1n87d]Rome Sweet Home, (Scott Hahn)
50 Proofs for Petrine Primacy (Dave Armstrong)
http://web.archive.org/web/200302072040 … RAZ112.HTM
A Biblical Defense of Catholicism (Dave Armstrong)
Surprised by Truth: 11 Converts Give the Biblical and Historical Reasons for Becoming Catholic (Patrick Madrid)
The Spirit and forms of Protestantism (Louis Bouyer)
Read over number three again, this time open your mind, don’t see it as a personal attack at your infallibility, but simply look at the text that is written in the Catechism, and compare it to your misrepresentation. It does not take a rocket scientist to see the difference, simply someone with a little honesty. [/quote:f8y1n87d]
Number 3 – strange writtings –
1 He starts out by saying Peter is the foundation that the church is built on but Peter says in 1 Peter 2:5+6 [color=red:f8y1n87d] you also, as living stones, are being built up a spiritual house, a holy priesthood, to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ. 6 Therefore it is also contained in the Scripture,
” Behold, I lay in Zion
A chief cornerstone, elect, precious,
And he who believes on Him will by no means be put to shame.”[a][/color:f8y1n87d]
2 He says a lot of good stuff but what about the other not so hot stuff as When Jesus called Peter – satan He never said that to the rest of the disciples or how Paul had to correct Peter in Galations 2? Or how James was the leader in Acts 15, or at what point did he become pope?
Not very accurate on Armstrong’s part – that’s just me being honest – and thats what you wanted.
AND as far as: [quote:f8y1n87d]you still waiting
For you to post an unadulterated quote, without a perversion of the text. Good thing I don’t threaten to hold my breath in anticipation of your ability to offer an honest debate Ronald[/quote:f8y1n87d].
I do work for my living – besides you never liked my answers before, why rush now?
Still joining the hosts of heaven in praying for your eventual spiritual laser corneal surgery, so you can see the Bible and History as it is rather than how you would like it to be.[/quote:f8y1n87d]
Good news that happened around ’95 – now lets pray for your lost soul.