Jim Lincoln wrote: John Y., take out a one dollar bill, you'll see a picture of the country's most famous Mason on it along with symbols of Masonry on the other. The best thing that happen was this country was founded by enlighten, thankfully anti-Catholic men who were unfortunately weren't Christian. American Masonic History--What Are America's True Roots? John Y., not only are your ideas about Christianity wrong, but so is your knowledge on what is a Christian. Anyway go read the article I just listed.
This is the real John Yurich. The majority of the Founding Fathers were Christians according to history. And George Washington was a Christian according to his own writings.
Jim Lincoln wrote: They can bring their tablets etc. with the free And-Bible Android app with an excellent Bible translation such as the ESV Focus on the Family needs to get out of the 19th century and realize kids will be more interested in seeing the Bible on their favoriite electronic devices.
This is the real John Yurich. Bringing a paper Bible is a more effective demonstration to the school officials that the students will not take the anti Christian insanity of the school officials anymore.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Troll Spotter, no, that's the real John Y., or one who has read him so long, that they can mimic his standard comment. No, John Y., that is not enough. If you believe in Jesus you will repent summary for, The Spirit Convicts Through the Word. I happy to see when you go to listen to the sermon their is a link to Acts 2:37-41. John Y., you haven't repented because you are sinning by still supporting your Romish Church.
This is the real John Yurich USA. I forgot about there is a phony John Yurich USA posting on here.
Troll Spotter wrote: That's right John. Everyone who doesn't agree with you because they believe the Bible must have a warped mind. Keep taking the wafer like pills pal!
I believe the Bible is the inspired and inerrant Word of God. Nowhere in the Bible is church attendance/membership in any church mentioned as being required for salvation. The Bible states that the only requirement for salvation and entering Heaven is to trust in Jesus alone for salvation which means to embrace Jesus as ones Personal Savior. So if a Catholic trusts in Jesus alone for salvation by having embraced Jesus as their Savior then it is totally superfluous to their salvation if they remain in the Catholic Church because they will remain saved. Jesus will not look at the church that one attended in deciding who enters Heaven. Jesus will only look at who had embraced Him as their Savior and trusted in Him alone for salvation in deciding who enters Heaven. And for your information I don't accept the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion. I accept the Lutheran doctrine of Holy Communion. When I receive the bread and the cup of wine during Mass I believe I am receiving them the way the Lutheran Church teaches and not the way the Catholic Church teaches.
s c wrote: For those who could,at least,try to fool others into believing that there are such things as Christian catholics- I would imagine that it would be next to impossible to attend a church which undermines the propitiation of Christ alone/once if one was truly saved. One cannot act contrary to how one believes. It is not "stunning" that the rc church is laxer on what the Bible calls an abomination; they don't value the contents of the Bible nearly as much as they esteem their misguided magisterium. No surprises here.
It is only in your warped mind that a Catholic can't be a Christian and continue to attend the Catholic Church and remain saved. If a Catholic embraced Jesus as their Personal Savior and trusts in Him alone for salvation, adheres only to the scriptural Catholic doctrines, participates only in the scriptural parts to the Mass then they will remain saved and will enter Heaven regardless if they don't leave the Catholic Church and don't attend an Evangelical Protestant Church. Jesus will not look at the church that one attended in deciding who enters Heaven. Jesus will only look at who embraced Him as Savior and trusted in Him alone for salvation in deciding who enters Heaven.
Carl in Greensboro wrote: One party is responsible for pushing the most evil and immoral legislation in this country while resisting and perverting what is good: from slavery, to public education, to Jim Crow laws, to abortion, to legal sodomy, to downplaying the Biblical ordinance to work in favor of "welfare" for all, to discriminate IRS audits of conservative groups and individuals, to neglecting enforcement of DOMA, to this sanctioning of confiscating sermons to protect the rights of cross dressing perverts. How many millions in Houston and all over this country voted a "straight" Democratic ticket only to put a homosexual activist in office. This nation is reaping whirlwinds of abominations because of political ignorance and lack of plain common sense. God will not have His people to be ignorant and uninformed. It's time to re-examine your parties and come out and become an Independent voter. It was for freedom that Christ has set us free!c
The Republican Party is the party of Jesus since the official Republican platform is against abortion and homosexuality.
Marty mcd wrote: Don't know what's worse, the Romanism or the Secular Humanism
Naturally Secular Humanism is worse than "Romanism" as Secular Humanism is atheistic while "Romanism" worships Jesus as God.
Jim L., If a Catholic who has embraced Jesus as their Personal Savior and trusts in Him alone for salvation adheres only to the scriptural Catholic doctrines and participates only in the scriptural parts to the Mass then they will remain saved. And anyway church attendance/membership in any any church is not required for salvation as nowhere in the Bible is church attendance/membership in any church mentioned as being required for salvation. Jesus will not look at the church that one attended in deciding who enters Heaven. He will only look at who had embraced Him as their Savior and trusted in Him alone for salvation in deciding who enters Heaven.
defintiion wrote: cult k?lt/ noun noun: cult; plural noun: cults a system of religious veneration and devotion directed toward a particular figure or object. (ya know like Mary or the Pope)
Luther and the other Protestant Reformers never stated the Catholic Church is a Cult because they knew that because the Catholic Church worships Jesus as God that it can't be a Cult. Nobody in their right mind believes the Catholic Church is a Cult. Only those who are brain damaged and who are incapable of logical and analytical thinking believe the Catholic Church is a Cult.
PursuitofTruth wrote: Thank you Michael Hranek! I forgot that SteveR was the one who supports Catholicism! Now I understand why you said what you did! Roman Catholicism is a cult.
Catholicism is not a Cult as it does not fit the definition of a Cult which is a religious organization that does not worship Jesus as God. Luther and the other Protestant Reformers did not believe that Catholicism is a Cult because they were not brain damaged and they were guided by the Holy Spirit to not believe that Catholicism is a Cult.
Jim Lincoln wrote: While I think it is important to push for morality in society, a Christian always has to realize The Inadequacy of Moralism I am surprised about the idea of trickle down morality, Islamic Christianity I suppose I shouldn't be though considering the acceptance of the idea of trickle down prosperity.
Nobody in their right mind cares what you have to state.
William S. Sutherland wrote: Jimmy needs to read his Bible more often if he thinks Jesus never discriminated against anyone. As others have already pointed out, when Christ talked about marriage he referred to God's design, that being a man and a woman. That discriminates against two sodomites entering into their perverse version of "marriage." When He spoke against lusting after a woman and said that was adultery in the heart, He discriminated against adulterers. By the way, Jim, I agree with you. The Impostor from Kenya doesn't hate his country, but he sure hates America! That's why he is doing all he can to destroy it & her liberties! John, I don't think Jimmy is senile. He's just like most liberals who think they are smarter than God and can pick which parts of the Bible they want to believe while rejecting God's Word when it doesn't suit their fancy. And since Jimmy obviously doesn't believe the Bible, that's why Jim said he should go build houses rather than teach Sunday school.
But stating that one should not attend church is advocating violating the Bible's admonition not to forsake the assembling together. But attending church is totally superfluous to ones salvation.