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Hey cubbie
about your comments:

[quote:3flzjd1r]What you have typed above are non-responses. These are typical Protestant word gymnastics in a vain attempt to justify opposing the Will of God in His Church.

There are over 40,000 Protestant ecclesial communities who can’t agree on anything but hatred for Christ’s Church….and all of them claim to be guided by the same one Holy Spirit. What does that tell you? What reasonable and prudent man could possibly believe that Christ intended for such chaos? [/quote:3flzjd1r]
Typically my thought out answers are considered and ignored by Catholics
that then just ramble on without any Scriptures to back them up, just the normal rhetoric about there being so many other churhes as if yours is The Church.” But without twisting Scriptures or supposed history, you’d have nothing!
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Did you read this?

Scripture Alone? Is Half the Story Sufficient?
http://www.call2holiness.org/ScriptureA … eAlone.htm [/quote:3flzjd1r]
Yes – what changed there? – its all the same twists as usual. Do you want me to show you where?

[quote:3flzjd1r]How can you expect us to take your comments seriously when you ignore ours? Surely, you know that we have heard the tired old assertions repeatedly before. [/quote:3flzjd1r]
Talk about a kettle calling me black! Ditto cubbie, just plain ditto!

More of the same below:

Such as this is worth pointing out – you quoted this:

[quote:3flzjd1r]On the following sabbath almost the whole city gathered
to hear the word of the Lord.
When the Jews saw the crowds, they were filled with jealousy
and with violent abuse contradicted what Paul said.Both Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly and said,
“It was necessary that the word of God be spoken to you first, [/quote:3flzjd1r]
But notice what was beinig heared? THE Word of God – The Bible – the same gospel! SO what was different? So what if it was spoken or written, its the same message or else iit isn’t Biblical which then makes it of no good. BTW – you still haven’t given us one thing that is like the Bible because there isn’t anything like it <img loading=” title=”Very Happy” />

You also added
[quote:3flzjd1r]Yes, and the operative word is “every”. Live by EVERY word of God. That includes the written as well as that handed down by Tradition, as well as that taught by the Church guided by the Holy Spirit. [/quote:3flzjd1r]
So what traditions were handed down that are acceptable that aren’t in the Bible? Tell me your catholic traditions and I’ll point out how they go against Scriptures!
AS for all of those verses you quoted, whichi ones mention that Paul was referring them to mean Catholic? None! I think you are very deceptive much like Mr.LARoberts!

So Sola Scriptura is withiout a doubt the authoritive means Alone!