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What is fascinating is the author’s near disappointment the museum isn’t a start to finish evangelical “propaganda” display. If it were, the author could of launched into straw man attacks on Christianity. Not to say he didn’t criticize the creators of the museum with Obamacare lawsuit and federal fines for archeological artifact procurement. In the end, it’s a museum about the historical events within and surrounding the record of God’s Word. The Bible is it’s own evangelism because it is the Revealed Word. Something lost on the author.

News Item10/17/17 7:54 PM
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Kev,
Thanks for the needed scripture verses. All scripture is great, but I do love the 2 Cor 3:3 citation. Awesome.

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Christopher000,
The will of man, in relation to God, is incapable of “choosing” Him nor does it desire to in its unregenerate state. There is a choice for God in Christ AFTER the disposition of the soul, from dead to alive, is changed by God alone. He takes out the stony heart and replaces it with a heart of flesh. Then the will is no longer in bondage and is free to choose God—which will be the only “choice” to make. A good commentary on this biblical truth is Luther’s Bondage of the Will.

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Another Michael,
I believe the comments are toward Jj not John for Jesus.

It was one fireball comment meant to disparage. Doesn’t need a commentary, but should be left to fizzle out.


News Item10/15/17 6:04 PM
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I think the essence of the article and problem the flesh has with repentance is found in the following:

“We avoid repentance because we remain addicted to the drug of self-justification. “I don’t need to repent because I’m the one righteously calling out the social and personal sins of others.” Or “If I say I am complicit, it will give my political and social enemies leverage against me and my cause.” Or even more to the point, “If I were to really look at and then acknowledge how much self-centeredness and pride infects even my most righteous actions, I would have to admit I’m a hypocrite and a moral failure.”


News Item10/12/17 11:16 AM
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Kev,
You are a faithful servant, striving to be obedient. I commend your efforts.

News Item10/12/17 8:09 AM
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John Y,
I tried to defend you as a person, but in light of NeedHim’s revelation, I cannot legitimately grant support to your activities. I assumed your comments on these threads were connected to the prevailing topics, but when you purposely go on a forum dedicated, not to news articles, but faithful conversation and post the same RCC rubbish, that is deliberate. I cannot defend such actions. I don’t want to rehash what has been said already, but it’s time you heed the warning and advice of others.

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This is rampant in the church. Hidden, but rampant. Pray God will remove the fear and facades so this problem can be addressed.

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Ladybug,

The post was on the, now closed, thread “Hillary Clinton: I wanted to make voodoo dolls”

I said
“I will publicly ( meaning on this site) apologize to ladybug, Dr. Tim, and whomever else I scorched or crassly berated in the past few days.”


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“Which is out of the way”
Sorry.

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Ladybug,
I am on my phone, how do I get the history from it?
Plus, how does my posts elude your understanding? I AGREE with all you say about the RCC, but cannot see how anyone can state, absolutely, that anyone attending the Mass is not saved. I attend a small, rural Baptist Church which is it out of the SOLELY because their statement of faith rests on the authority of scripture for salvation and life and Christ alone being man’s hope in this life and the next. That’s what I believe and faithfully know.

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Ladybug,
I cannot produce the thread because I do not remember. But, why does that matter, I did apologize.
Your “foolish thinking” , again, is mis applied because I do not adhere to the fallacious premise.
And, again, I NEVER said, condone, support, or affirm the Nass and it’s system....but neither does John Y. You must realize God will do what you state, but He also IS long suffering. That’s not jumping through hoops, that’s AS true as what you present.

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Kev,
I have given an answer to your posts. How is it you do not answer the question: who is the determiner of sanctification? Do you or does the Holy Spirit set how and when someone is sanctified? Plus, for all those who attended Mass during the Reformation, were they not bearing fruit of salvation as well?
So none of the scripture I present is applicable to you or the anti-troll cohort, but all scripture you present is ONLY for me and not aimed at yourself?

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Ladybug,
A couple things:
1) I apologized to you et al for ad hominem attacks. Should I expect public forgiveness?
2) Again, I am not SteveR nor a defender of the RCC.
As for your questions, Hitler and Obama have said and done things which conspicuously anti-Christ and affirmed them continually, so no I do not believe they were (are) Christians. Unless I see a post from John Y which affirms anti-Christ positions, then I can only hope and assume he is Christian. I know he attends Mass, but then states he does not believe the doctrines of purgatory, trans substantiation, or mariology. I can say he’s lying? Can you? And how would you know?

Finally, maybe you should read yourself sometime and do some self reflecting as well. Because in your post you described me as foolish ( a fool) for adhering to belief you constructed and I do not affirm. What does the scripture say again about calling someone a fool?


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Kev,
Who is the determiner of sanctification, you and the anti-troll cohort or the Holy Spirit?
God in Christ did say all those thing you present, but also said he is long suffering for His people. To think you or anyone can set the parameters for sanctification or conclude absolutely someone’s lack of salvation by mere reading of posts is not the extent of “knowing them by their fruit” it’s presuming their fruit.

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Ladybug,
When you asked a couple of weeks ago whether I used another moniker, I said yes, because I did. You teally have no proof to prove otherwise, just like with John Y. How in the world can you say this man is not saved by merely reading sporadic posts on a website? Seriously, how does one who doesn’t live with someone state emphatically ANYONE is not of the faith.?
As if there are NO levels of maturity to where a babe is struggling with something more mature folks see as crystal clear and easy to avoid or conquer. I have NO AFFINITY OR SUPPORT FOR THE RCC, none. I speak specifically of John Y the person.

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No, I never posted as SteveR, he is his own man.

I believe John Y is according to his profession, a believer. I cannot say for sure, as no one here can either. I have read his remarks for the past 7 or so years and see someone at war within himself, as I was and still am, over his attendance of Mass and in a Protestant Church. He has said off the Wall things, which I considered as such, but have pity for him. He doesn’t defend well and has been confronted, but it has become a constant pile on. I just can’t sit by and see this over an over again.

If you and the ant-troll cohort feel it is necessary to continue, then so be it. I DO NOT refute the biblical mandate to rebuke, it is clear. I just feel bad for him for some reason.


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“But woe unto, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites!, because you shut off the kingdom of heaven from people; for you do not enter yourselves, nor do you allow those who are entering to go in.”

“Brethren, if a man be overtaken in a fault, ye which are spiritual, restore such a one in the spirit of meekness; considering thyself, lest thou also be tempted.”

“Sufficient to such a man is this punishment, which was inflicted of MANY. So that contrawise ye ought rather to forgive him, and COMFORT him, lest perhaps such a one might be overwhelmed by excessive sorrow.”

“Forbearing one another, and forgiving one another, if any man have a quarrel against any; even as Christ forgave you, so also do ye.”

“With all lowliness and meekness, with LONGSUFFERING, forbearing one another in love...”


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Using the term “pilgrimage” is funny because that is the exact opposite of what these people are doing. A pilgrimage denotes a desire for a spiritual experience, like Luther when he went to Rome. But, praise God, Luther realized Rome was the seat of corruption and church was in need of reform. Though he held to RCC during his sanctification in the time of the Reformation, God used him as an agent for change. I celebrate our brothers and sisters who were guided by the Light of Christ throughout history. SOLI DEO GLORIA!

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So, because those on this site have repeatedly loaded up the cart of the lovingly described “Roman Catholic Troll” with scripture verses void of love and resort to constant “rebuke, rebuke, remove him from this site” gentleness, John Y has had ample warning and should have repented and changed his ways long ago? As if any on here sets the pace and timing of someone’s sanctification. Peter denied with vehemence the Lord after maliciously attacking someone in the garden with a sword. Then, further in the NT he was confronted for siding with the Judaizers against the Gentiles. According to some here Peter “never really made a clean break” from the dead religion of the Jews. Again, look at all the posts from multiple people jumping in NOT to really help or edify, but defend or justify piling on ONE searching professed Christian and lambast the person who dare defend HIM and NOT RCC DOCTRINE.
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