Christopher000 wrote: Unfortunately, John is stuck in a loop and operates on opinion, as opposed to fact based research. I'm not quite sure anymore how to reason with someone who says this or that is true or false because it's what they choose to believe, no matter what any evidence may say.
This past Sunday at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings I had my first opportunity to be a substitute usher. It was great being involved in some small way in how the worship service is conducted by collecting the donations.
Jim Lincoln wrote: If you don't serve two masters, John, why are you present at the Romish Church? Now, I will admit, I did not leave the Methodist Church instantly. I felt out the ground of the first IFB I went to. But, if memory serves was just mainly wrapping up my affairs at the Methodist Church after I decided that the IFB, was what I was looking for. So I don't know if it wasn't too many months, I can't think of over 2 or 3, and I was forever separated from the Methodist Church. People will judge you by your fruits - - and the church that you attend. So again all I can say is read the article, http://tinyurl.com/gmt84eo (Come out of the Catholic Church). You're supporting it if you're going to it.
If I state that I do not serve the Pope but only serve the Lord Jesus Christ then that is exactly what I mean. Just because I attend the RCC does not mean I serve the Pope. I am getting more involved in church activities at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings. I signed up to be a substitute usher on Sunday mornings when needed.
Unprofitable Servant wrote: JY states that Luther and all Protestant reformers believed the RCC believes and worships the Biblical and historical Jesus as God. The link below, which includes false prophet Ellen G White, shows just the opposite to be true. I welcome JY, to prove his comment. They all said the RCC was antiChrist. http://www.the-bible-antichrist.com/what-did-reformers-believe.html
Of course the Catholic Church is antichrist in a lot of their teachings but the Creed states "We believe in one Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God" which is the biblical and historical Jesus that the Catholic Church believes in and worships.
Adriel, I am not reducing Christ because I attend a Baptist Church on Sunday mornings, I surrendered my life to Christ and I trust entirely in Him alone for salvation. I don't trust in the Sacraments or the Catholic Church for salvation. Since when is it a non-Bible fact to state that because the Apostles and Nicene Creeds(which are the Statements of Faith of the Catholic Church) state "We believe in one Lord Jesus Christ the only begotten Son of God" then that means that the Catholic Church worships the biblical and historical Jesus as God?