Unprofitable Servant, Jim Lincoln and a couple others on here have intimated that unless I leave the Catholic Church and just attend and be a member of that Evangelical Protestant Church I attend on Sunday that I am not really saved. That is why I keep stating that church membership has nothing to do with salvation. Naturally my priest would state that I practice the RCC way of salvation because he is not cognizant of the fact that I deny transubstantiation, deny the Mass is a sacrifice and deny the sacraments have anything to do with salvation. But since I deny transubstantiation, deny the Mass is a sacrifice and deny the sacraments have anything to do with salvation then I do not practice the RCC way of salvation. And most Catholics would not state that they are trusting Christ to get them to Heaven. That lady friend I have at River of Life Church stated that she had her Catholic father before he passed away pray to Jesus to accept Him as his Savior. And thus her Father is in Heaven because he had accepted Jesus as his Savior before he passed away. Today I met with Pastor Steve of River of Life Church to discuss me being Baptized via immersion at that church. I was asked if I had accepted Jesus as my Savior and I stated I did 20 years ago during an Altar Call.
Mike wrote: From the news: "While the majority of Americans think self-described Christians who commit acts of violence in the name of Christianity aren't really Christian, only half of the public says the same about those who claim to be Muslims and are violent." Let's see, when was the last time someone calling themselves a Christian committed an act of violence in the name of Christ? Surely there is actual data to compare rather than vague generalities with implied conclusions like this?
It has never happened in the United States that someone calling themselves a Christian committed an act of violence in the name of Christ. No true Christian would commit and act of violence in the name of Christ.
That lady friend I have at River of Life Church that I attend on Sunday mornings during worship on a Sunday in early January when Pastor Steve asked if anybody was grateful for anything stated that she was grateful that her Catholic father had accepted Jesus as his Savior before he passed away in early December. So her Catholic father is in Heaven even though he had not left the Catholic Church before passing away.
Good that the United States House of Representatives voted to annul that rule protecting Planned Parenthood. The name Planned Parenthood is deception since Planned Parenthood is not involved in delivering babies but is involved in the murder of unborn babies.
Wayfarer Pilgrim wrote: Perhaps in her mind, she determined she received Christ as her savior. Even going to a Catholic Church doesn't negate ones salvation. Given her history it's possible she was used more often as a pawn, sad soul.
Finally someone on here who thinks correctly pertaining to a Catholic who has embraced Jesus as their Savior and trusts entirely in Him alone for salvation and continues to attend the Catholic Church but remains saved regardless if they attend the Catholic Church. McCorvey had embraced Jesus as her Savior during an Altar Call at an Evangelical Protestant Church and then converted to the Catholic Church.
Francis has to go and be replaced with a conservative who will tell the Bishops to tell Catholics who support abortion, homosexuality, homosexual marriage and artificial birth control to either fall in line with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality, homosexual marriage and artificial birth control or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
Graham is correct that transgender and fruitcake individuals are weirdos. Why would any so called Christian be against the Graham's when they have always preached the biblical doctrine of salvation that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as Savior and placing trust entirely in Jesus alone for salvation?