Carl in Greensboro wrote: This article dove-tails into the article about Planned Parenthood in Black neighborhoods. Beginning in the days of Lyndon Johnson Blacks have been joined at the hip with Democratic Party. Its ironic that racist Johnson and the Dems get the credit for the Equal Rights Amendment when the bill was primarily authored by Republicans. The result is that most Blacks today support the party that is set on killing them off in the womb. And to unashamedly assert and proclaim to the world that no one can run as a Democrat unless they fully support abortion is simply incredible. But what is more incredible is there is no blow back. There is no mass exodus from the party. There is little condemnation made by anyone. If I were a pastor of any church in the US I would call a special meeting of all members and have them to affirm their Pro-life stance and add that they can not be a member of that church and be a Democrat. It is time for judgment to begin at the household of God. And if we don't judge ourselves correctly then we will leave ourselves open to the righteous judgment of God Almighty.
Catholic Bishops should tell Democrat Catholics to become Republican or be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
Christopher000 wrote: John, for the life of me, I just can't process why you still belive this, especially considering all of the biblical proof against your claim offered up over the years. You've said yourself that you are highly intelligent, yet your intelligence seems to stop short when it comes to God's Word and obediance; seemingly relying upon a canned prayer at an alter call for your eternal comfort. No, John, it's most certainly not okay. The Roman machine can claim whatever they want in a creed, but their doctrines, rituals, and dogmas, etc., paint a much different story; doctrines which are diametrically opposed to God's Word...anti-biblical, anti-God...anti-Christ. No, remaining within such a diabolical system is most certainly not okay.
If I was not really saved I would never have stated to attend that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings as I previously stated I would never attend any Evangelical Protestant Church every Sunday. And I previously stated that if I were to attend an Evangelical Protestant Church I would not fellowship with anybody and I would leave before the sermon. Well I not only fellowship with individuals at that Baptist Church but I go to Adult Sunday School and I stay for the entire service.
Perez being a Catholic should be told by his Bishop to either fall in line with Catholic teaching and be against abortion, homosexuality, homosexual marriage and artificial birth control and to become Republican or else be excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
You can read the above, Norm isn't as hostile to the Romish Church as he should be
I would not stay in the Mormon or JW organizations since they don't worship Jesus as God. But since Catholicism worships the biblical and historical Jesus as God then it is fine for a Born Again Christian to remain in the Catholic Church.
Dave wrote: John yurich, 1 Corinthians 5:11. The idolatry spoken of in this scripture, is any false or pseudo worship. What would you say about this scripture John, considering what you say about the non scriptural parts of the Catholic Church you attend?
Well I do not associate or fellowship with anybody at the Catholic parish I attend on late Saturday afternoons. I fellowship with individuals at the small Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings though. I have a lot of friends at that small Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings because I and them gave our lives to Christ. Pastor Steve of that Baptist Church preaches good sermons about the biblical doctrine of salvation.
Adriel wrote: John; You are trying to deceive people into accepting the Roman Catholic idolatry - Heresy - and Blasphemy. This presumably is part of your Jesuit training. Thus do you serve Satan. GOD Himself removed the entire true church from the satanic Roman Catholic idolatry in the 16th Century. You are disobeying God and by deception implying that the RCC is acceptable. Clearly GOD disagrees with you.
I never had any Jesuit training as I did not attend any Catholic school. I never implied that the entire Catholic Church is acceptable. Just the scriptural doctrines and scriptural parts of the Mass are acceptable. I attend a small Baptist Church on Sunday mornings where I go to Adult Sunday School before worship, fellowship before worship, where I will be Baptized via immersion on a Sunday in early May after worship and where I am involved in various church activities like soup lunches and other meals after worship. Pastor Steve asked if I had given my life to Christ to determine if I was a proper candidate for immersion Baptism. When I stated I had given my life to Christ some 20 years ago then Pastor Steve determined I was a proper candidate for immersion Baptism.