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  • #8851
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    it’s not a debate if it’s a catholic view but a debate if protestants or Bible Christians but in?
    o.k I will post separate in respect for yet another catholic twist on truth and righteousness!

    #8855
    "don’tagreesorry":27hydhbv wrote:
    it’s not a debate if it’s a catholic view but a debate if protestants or Bible Christians but in?
    o.k I will post separate in respect for yet another catholic twist on truth and righteousness![/quote:27hydhbv]
    Thanks, but please keep your inflammatory remarks to yourself. You catch more flies with honey than with vinegar. <img loading=” title=”Wink” />
    #8857
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    I quote from Jesus in reference to the truthful comment I left;
    Matt.10:34″Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.
    41Anyone who receives a prophet because he is a prophet will receive a prophet’s reward, and anyone who receives a righteous man because he is a righteous man will receive a righteous man’s reward.

    Accept the Bible for what it is Gods truth to a dieing world.

    I don’t care if you don’t accept me, I will not use honey. I love the truth too much to worry about catching flies (many converts)

    Romans 2:8 But for those who are self-seeking and who reject the truth and follow evil, there will be wrath and anger.

    Tit 1:14 and will pay no attention to Jewish myths or to the commands of those who reject the truth.

    The Jews got it wrong because they said in the desert ‘we will obey you and keep your commands’
    God wanted a heart that said,
    we are sinners and need you to save us

    Don’t trust in mans ways Trust in the Lords

    Peace to all of you

    #8859

    [quote:19jvu6zh]I don’t care if you don’t accept me, I will not use honey. I love the truth too much to worry about catching flies (many converts)[/quote:19jvu6zh]
    [b:19jvu6zh]Final warning: [/b:19jvu6zh]you either play by the Rules[/url:19jvu6zh] or you leave. You don’t walk into a man’s house acting like a jerk and expect him to roll out the red carpet and host a banquet for you.

    Your pride and arrogance are not welcome here. (Proverbs 11:2[/url:19jvu6zh], Psalms 75:5[/url:19jvu6zh])

    #8860
    Anonymous
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    I was discussing with a friend the phenomena of Fundimentalist Trolls on Catholic chat-rooms and boards. He himself a former Calvinist Minister who converted about ten years ago when he actually read the full texts of Catholic authors quoted out of context by professional Anti-Catholics has become somewhat of an expert at pegging who individual trolls get their misconceptions about the Catholic Church from. He looks at the vocabulary, and the cadence, or metre that the Troll writes in and can tell you who the primary sources of their misinformation are. Even to the point of being able to pin down individuals who claim to be lapsed or former Catholics who have never darkened the door of a Catholic Church. It would seem that for some, the belief that they have a special charism, and an infallible understanding (even if it changes over time) of the Scriptures that far surpasses the limits of infallibility the Catholic Church defines for the Pope and Ecumenical Councils includes being able to lie about having been Catholic in order to try and persuade Catholics (most of all Catholics with a limited understanding of the Revealed Truths passed down from the Apostles to the Church in our day) that the truth has been misrepresented for two thousand years, and only in the last five hundred years, and moreso since they or their sect was invented, (usually in the past one or two hundred years.) has recaptured the truth lost for centuries, even though it contradicts Jesus Himself who told us in the Scriptures, “I will remain with you always, even unto the consumation of the earth.”

    #10100
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    Why do Catholics pray to Mary? Don’t they read the Bible where it says that Jesus is the only mediator?

    Why do Catholics pray to the dead? Don’t they know it is forbidden in the Bible?

    And this, not a question but an accusation:

    The Catholic Church killed over 65 million during the Inquisition.

    #10101
    "TCWITPAFOT1T315":14zklfon wrote:
    Why do Catholics pray to the dead? Don’t they know it is forbidden in the Bible?[/quote:14zklfon]
    I remember encountering this one with some Evangelical friends. I don’t remember the exact verse they referenced, but it was something about not waking the dead. It was definitely out of context.
    #10199
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    “They do not choose their homosexual condition;for the most of them it a trial.”

    This statement is saying, correct me if I’m wrong, that God makes humans (not all of them, a few of them) to be homosexuals, is it not? I believe that God gives us our own individual trials, and yes, persons with homosexual tendencies should be “accepted with respect,compassion,and sensitivity.” But I think it is very contrary to say ‘God gave me the trial of homosexuality, therefore it must be okay’, rather, ‘maybe God gave me this trial of homosexuality so that I can witness the truth to them (John 14:6), and bring other homosexuals close to Christ’. Jesus says it best in Matthew 28:19-20a, “Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe everything I have commanded you.” My husband has a very close friend at his college who has battled with homosexuality his whole life (still questioning it to this day). But, at the end of the day, my husband’s friend and every, single, one of us must ask ourselves (not just with homosexuality, with everything), ‘are the actions I do on a daily basis, not only pleasing to God, but reflecting God’s glory and making other people thirsty and hungry for Christ?” THAT, my friends, is the ultimate question.

    #10318
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    "Jon":3bdw1vid wrote:
    This question is for the Catholics on this site (of course non-Catholic could just post their questions here too). <img loading=” title=”Smile” />

    What are some questions about Catholicism people have asked you?[/quote:3bdw1vid]
    Hi There!

    Asked? more like attacked!!!

    Call NO Man Father!!!

    Based on this verse: Mat 23:9 “And call no [man] your father upon the earth:

    The problem is with a one verse attack, they don’t stick around long enough to discuss the context. And that is a deception.

    God bless,
    John

    #10320
    "Joxios":39c5pp61 wrote:
    Hi There!

    Asked? more like attacked!!!

    Call NO Man Father!!!

    Based on this verse: Mat 23:9 “And call no [man] your father upon the earth:

    The problem is with a one verse attack, they don’t stick around long enough to discuss the context. And that is a deception.

    God bless,
    John[/quote:39c5pp61]
    But it’s the Bible! It says it in plain English! What more do you need to understand the Scriptures? <img loading=” title=”Razz” />

    #10321
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    "LARobert":1ci5xo7z wrote:
    I found this article both very true, and funny. Written by another former. “Bible Christian” who submitted his life to the Biblical Christ, as taught by the Biblical Church, (The Catholic Church) it expresses some of the frustrations met with attempting to discuss the Truths of the Bible with “Bible Christians” [url:1ci5xo7z]http://www.catholic.com/thisrock/2002/0201fea3.asp[/url:1ci5xo7z][/quote:1ci5xo7z]
    Anybody whose had discussions with bible Christian has to read that article above!!!

    God bless,
    Jon

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