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B. McCausland...

Who needs Jesus when you have Luther? Even when he was dead wrong you explain his sins away.

Nevertheless I have this against you, that you have left your first love.
Revelation 2:4


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B. McCausland...

That was to disprove the notion that Luther wanted them killed if they didn't leave?! Did you miss the part where he said, "We are at fault for not slaying them."?

They [rulers] must act like a good physician who, when gangrene has set in proceeds without mercy to cut, saw, and burn flesh, veins, bone, and marrow. Such a procedure must also be followed in this instance. Burn down their synagogues, forbid all that I enumerated earlier, force them to work, and deal harshly with them, as Moses did...
If this does not help we must drive them out like mad dogs.
-Martin Luther (On the Jews and Their Lies)


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Genocide:

The deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.

That is what Luther taught. I will have to go pull out his "Jews..." booklet and give you more specific details, for you to pretend aren't so bad.

I was showing the correlation between what Luther believed and how that has been passed on again because you are a perfect example of that.


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So the call for genocide is somehow a matter of justice?! Any others you would like to add to the list? Like I said before, Luther's hatred has been passed on to the Protestant churches.

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Yeah, let's listen to the hate filled lunatic! I'm sure he was being accurate, lol. Even if he was, Christians are called to love their enemies. Which I think would exclude genocide! But that's just me.

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B. McCausland...

Let's blame the Jews because if they weren't here, nobody else would step in and provide loans! Talk about simple thinking. Satan would have given Luther some other angle to attack the Jews if not through their lending. If they were doing such a bad job, why didn't other people step in and beat the competition​?


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1517...

If Luther cared if the Jew was practicing or not, would that make him more worthy of your praise?

You are comparing apples to oranges really. There is a big difference between falling into sin for a time and repenting of it (such as with David and Peter) and living in a sinful lifestyle without repentance (such as Luther and Calvin).


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John Yurich...

Do you mean because his rhetoric wasn't taught in scripture therefore it was secular? There's alot of things he taught that weren't in scripture! If he was filled by the Holy Spirit, what about all the Spirit filled people who disagree with him. Somebody is in error!

B. McCausland...

2. It's dishonest to accuse me of some wrong doing that I haven't done. But I'm a big boy and can handle it! Lol


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John Yurich...

Why? Luther could have helped unite the church, instead he helped divide it further. He preached hatred toward the Jewish people and never showed an ounce of remorse for it. This was not a one time thing. He reviled the Jews. Now we have churches that also revile Israel and believe in fatalistic salvation.

Error free? Ha!

Luther believed what he believed because of how he viewed scripture and his misunderstanding of God being done with Israel. It wasn't secular in that sense.


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B. McCausland...

1&4. Good you aren't justifying his unrepentant sin! Then again, why try to excuse...I mean round out the picture of him.

2. If I was guilty of shifting topic, which isn't necessarily wrong, I am sure you would be able to point it out, but nope, nada.

3. True they are still guilty for not believing, but:

Then He said to the disciples, “It is impossible that no offenses should come, but woe to him through whom they do come!
Luke 17:1


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B. McCausland...

Salvation is to the Jew first, but either way, Luther promoted the genocide of a group of people and praise the guy! Twist alittle here, twist alittle there, and see, he wasn't so bad.

There is no "shift" in reasoning. The damage done to the church is now it is harder to witness to Jews because of Luther. Luther was and is seen as a believer in Christ. He is a poor reflection of the love of God for the lost. His ideology of hatred for the Jews has seeped into today's church, see pennelope.


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B. McCausland...

1. Where did you get that from? I never said that the Jews instigated the Holocaust. I said Luther's rhetoric was carried out by Hitler. Resulting in the Holocaust of the Jews, Christians, and anyone else who Hitler thought of as subhuman or bad for society.

2. Easy solution!

Don't borrow the money if you can't accept the terms.

Luther wasn't even talking about exterminating the Jews for that reason. He didn't like the fact that they wouldn't accept the gospel. So kill them, if they don't leave! And you're okay with that? Sad.


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John 6:37

History isn't boring to me, but to each their own. You prove my point about Protestants having a form of sainthood. Read Luther so I become as wise as McArthur?! Perhaps I should read Calvin to become as wise as Sprouls. What about reading your Bible to understand the word of God? Isn't that more important? To me it is.

McCausland...

Damage? The Holocaust and confusion within the body of Christ over faith.

If people became debtors to Jews, who's fault is that? Aren't people responsible for their own debts? So why justify their actions against God's people?


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1517

First, that their synagogues be burned down, and that all who are able toss sulphur and pitch; it would be good if someone could also throw in some hellfire...
Second, that all their books-- their prayer books, their Talmudic writings, also the entire Bible-- be taken from them, not leaving them one leaf, and that these be preserved for those who may be converted...
Third, that they be forbidden on pain of death to praise God, to give thanks, to pray, and to teach publicly among us and in our country...
Fourth, that they be forbidden to utter the name of God within our hearing. For we cannot with a good conscience listen to this or tolerate it...
-Martin Luther (On the Jews and Their Lies)


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Yes, I find it hard to believe with all of the damage he did to the church and all of the false doctrines he espoused that he was saved, but I could be wrong.

To say he was a Catholic doesn't mean he remained one all of his life. That is why I said, he left Catholicism. Neither did he all at once she's his Catholic beliefs. I get that people love and revere him, but that doesn't​ mean I don't know history. It means I know it and don't agree with his teachings or hatred of the Jews.


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1517...

Luther was a Catholic and brought alot of that stuff with him when he left Catholicism. Therefore, the Protestant Churches now have their own "saints" like the Catholics do. Augustine, Luther, Calvin, etc.

Luther was a reviler of God's chosen people. It wasn't a one time fall into sin followed by repentance! He never repented of it and if the Spirit was truly in him, he should have known better.

...nor revilers, nor extortioners will inherit the kingdom of God.
I Corinthians 6:10


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Let's not make excuses for sin as if it doesn't matter. If you can trace a genecide back to words I've said please do!

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If we wish to wash our hands of the Jews' blasphemy and not share in their guilt, we have to part company with them. They must be driven from our country.
-Martin Luther (On the Jews and Their Lies)

Hitler was a big fan, that should also be remembered!


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It would be nice if more Christians attended public schools so as to witness to their fellow classmates.

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And another angel followed, saying, “Babylon is fallen, is fallen, that great city, because she has made all nations drink of the wine of the wrath of her fornication.”

Revelation 14:8

Maybe God has allowed their removal before He judges that region?

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