Kathryn wrote: John Glenn, who purported to be a devout Christian, was "pro-choice" as an Ohio senator. I confounds me how one can make that claim while supporting the butchering of unborn babies... I hope he had a change of heart and repented of this.
I never knew that Glenn supported abortion. And I have read a lot about Glenn but I never read that about Glenn.
ladybug wrote: Troll, Get a clue, do the research on the evil of being a freemason. Educate yourself before you respond with your nonsense. Verbal professions mean nothing. "Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.Â Â Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?Â Â And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity." Matthew 7 last one to you troll
Grow up. I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings so I am not an RCC troll. What stupidity. And there are Born Again Baptists who are freemasons. The great Country Music Icon Roy Acuff was a Born Again Baptist and was a freemason. All of the Founding Fathers who were Christians were also freemasons.
Stop stating I am an RCC troll when I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings. And Glenn was a Presbyterian. Just because he was not an Evangelical Protestant does not mean he was not a Christian. Glenn stated he trusted in Jesus alone for salvation. So that made him a Christian. Grow up.
connor wrote: I think the more important question is what what Jesus say about that, but you don't care about Jesus, you would kick Him off His throne, if it were at all possible, and gladly declare yourself Messiah. You obviously flaunt your sin that you have forgotten to blush, your ignorance of God makes me think you are ignorant of what ignorant means, you are storing up acres of wrath. None of us can help you, we can only make your ears fat with the truth, the Holy Spirit is needed in this matter, may He have mercy on you.
You have got some nerve stating that I don't care about Jesus and that I would kick Him off of His throne and that I would declare myself the Messiah. Where do you come up with this nonsense? I have never stated any of those things. Jeremy was the one who asked if I go to confession on Saturdays at the local Catholic Church I attend on late Saturday afternoons. And Jeremy probably assumed I do go to confession. And that is why Jeremy asked "What do you think the pastor of the Baptist Church would say?". What is your problem anyway? Isn't it good enough that I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings? And what sin is it that I supposedly flaunt? If I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday then God started working in me.
Christopher000 wrote: John, if he's not your spiritual leader, then you're not Catholic. The Popes universal leadership is intertwined within the name and system as a whole. Technically, you can't be Catholic while denying the Pope at the same time, no matter what you want to pretend or rationalize to try and justify your alignment and identity within the system. I can't imagine there's any other person on planet earth who calls themself Catholic, yet denies their Pope. Doesn't make any sense to me.
It is a funny thing but I am recognized by the local Catholic Church that I attend on late Saturday afternoons in the small town I reside in as being Catholic. And I suppose the minister of the small Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings in the town I reside in believes I am Baptist because I attend that Baptist Church. There are a lot of friendly individuals at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings. I am getting acquainted with a lot of individuals at that Baptist Church. I used to walk to that Baptist Church until about a month ago when a friendly couple offered to give me a ride to and from church. I will not be attending Christmas services at that Baptist Church as I will be attending the Catholic Church on Christmas Eve.
Jeremy wrote: John y wrote~ The reason that the minister of the Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings doesn't tell me about the Catholic Church is because I have not made him cognizant that I am a Catholic who attends the local Catholic Church on late Saturday afternoons. Couple,of,questions for you John Do you go to confession on Saturdays? What do you think the pastor,of the baptist church would,say?
Naturally I do not go to confession on Saturdays and I have not been to confession in 30 years. What would the minister of that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings say about what?
Jeremy wrote: Now why in the world John Y's pastor doesn't tell him about the Catholic Church is beyond me!!
The reason that the minister of the Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings doesn't tell me about the Catholic Church is because I have not made him cognizant that I am a Catholic who attends the local Catholic Church on late Saturday afternoons.
NeedHim wrote: If the man you are talking about, John Y, is one of God's redeemed sheep, one, willn't willingly go on sinning, habitually, because, O' one has a get out of jail card, of sloppy Joe Grace. No one is perfect in all aspects of human life, apart from the God-man, Christ alone. Like I tell others, if one has a custom White, $5,000,dollar suite on, as you are walking down the street, are you going to jump & down into, every mud hole,you can find, because, you can. The answer back to how one can view ones own self, as a spiritually adopted Christian, is. I would try my best to stay away from the mud to the best of my abilities. But, Biblically Christianity doesn't teach sinless perfection on this side of Heaven. I am going to get dirt on me, but, I amn't, deliberately trying to get mud on me. When one has a low view of their own Sin & what saving Grace is all about, for Christ grace that saves isn't Sloppy Joe Grace. Paul makes that clear in ROM 6:12-16, on that point, of making a mockery of Christ saving grace, for a license to sin amen!
I really do not know how long that man has been a member of that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings.
connor wrote: It doesn't matter if a Baptist preacher agrees with a sinner, what does the Bible say? And backsliding is vague, if he was a member church discipline might be necessary depending on what, "backsliding" he did. If he was "saved" at an alter call, I'm not surprised he backslid because he probably never went forward in the first place. NeedHim, I wish he used sound logic in his debate, he really lost the debate, some speculate he did it to raise money for the ark, which I wouldn't doubt. I know Ken Ham's ministry well, have a plethora of resources from him, but I have kinda lost respect for the guy.
The Bible states we have all sinned and come short of the Glory of God. The Bible also implies that Christians can backslide when it states that if we sin after coming to salvation that Jesus is able and willing to forgive us our sins. This past Sunday morning at that Baptist Church was the first time I seen that man since I started attending that Baptist Church on Sunday mornings on the day before Labor Day. That man stated that when he backslides he drinks alcohol to excess and then he confesses that to Jesus and gets back on track with Jesus.
SteveR wrote: Its a Marriott thing, and they will give you a Bible and a Book of Mormon. However, I stay mostly in Courtyard, Fairfield or Residence Inns which are lower tier Marriott properties. Often I just get one in my room either a Bible or a Book of Mormon. Which gives me the impression management figures you just need a book available to read, and either will do
It is cheaper to stay in a Motel 6 and Motel 6 still has a Bible in every room.