Jim L., What it states in Revelation 18:4 is not required for salvation. The only requirement for salvation according to the Bible is to put ones trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation. Stating that one who trusts entirely in Jesus alone for salvation has to leave the Catholic Church and unite with an Evangelical Church is making Jesus sacrifice on the Cross of no effect. I do not utilize verbal communication in conveying to Catholics what is required for salvation and entering Heaven. I only utilize written communication on discussion forums. I tell Catholics on discussion forum they have to trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation or else they will be spending eternity in Hell. I don't tell them that once they embrace Jesus as their Savior and trust entirely in Him alone for salvation that they have to leave the Catholic Church and unite with a Protestant Church because that would be going against the Bible as nowhere in the Bible is church attendance in any church including a Protestant Church mentioned as being required for salvation and entering Heaven.
Christopher000 wrote: Boy, I sure hope wicked Hillary doesn't sit in that seat, but at the same time, I really can't imagine the Donald sitting there either.
Well either Clinton or Trump will win because a third party candidate for president stands zero chance of winning. Trump is the only viable candidate that Christians can vote for as Christians have no business voting for Clinton.
John UK wrote: ".... vibrant, scriptural Christianity within Methodism." Could there be such a thing? By "vibrant" I expect they mean "worship bands" and CCM "music" and holographic images and lights. Reminds me of the old discotheques.
Well sure there are vibrant and scriptural Christianity Methodist Churches if they are conservative Methodist Churches that reject homosexuality and abortion.
Stating that a Catholic who has put their trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation has to leave the Catholic Church and unite with an Evangelical Church or they will not enter Heaven when they pass away is utterly against the teaching of the Bible about what is required for salvation. The Bible gives only one requirement for salvation and that is to put ones trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation/embrace Him as ones Savior. Nothing about church attendance in any church including an Evangelical Church as being required for salvation.
SteveR wrote: I deleted an earlier post quoting an Iranian newspaper. The Iranian paper was incorrect. The journalist filming at both the Nice and Munich terror events is not Israeli. He is German, but his wife is an Israeli politician previously with Mossad. Brings back memories of the 5 Israeli art students that filmed the collapse of the World Trade center towers while dancing
Filmed? Those 5 Israeli art students used motion picture film to capture the collapse of the World Trade Center? The term filmed denotes the use of motion picture film and not videotape.
Good for that judge for standing up to the murderers in Planned Parenthood. The Bible states In Saint Luke 17:2 about those who harm children(and the murder of unborn babies is the ultimate harm of children) that a millstone should be placed around their neck and dropped in the ocean.
Hank, Deerfied Beach wrote: Kaine is a RC follower, so I place no credence in his Spiritual beliefs and in having Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. He's in the same class as Islamic followers -- can't trust him one bit.
Of course Kaine is not really Born Again because he is a Democrat who supports abortion, homosexuality and homosexual marriage. If he were a conservative Republican who was against abortion, homosexuality and homosexual marriage and stated he embraced Jesus as his Savior and placed his trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation and rejected the unscriptural Catholic doctrines and unscriptural parts to the Mass then I would accept him as being Born Again and saved.
Kaine should be told by his Bishop to either fall inline with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality, homosexual marriage and artificial birth control or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.