Jim Lincoln wrote: You mean Bush the younger didn't have a father? Now, the only reason I don't agree with that is because I think Barbara Bush is too nice of a lady. I don't blame her for not wanting any more of her sons to be President, considering Baby Face, Bush: Terrible President, Also Not a Smart Man. Anyway, religious outfits or pseudo-religious outfits getting government money should be stopped. As I said I think this is one of two ADL articles that I have put URLs up for, and this one is quite pertinent to the topic. I'm only sad that a Christian should have written it.
I meant that Daddy Bush is named George Herbert Walker Bush and son is named George Walker Bush. So if they have different middle names then they can't possibly be Sr and Jr. Only a father and son who have the same middle names can be Sr and Jr. That is logic.
What is with fruitcakes? Why are they so against religious freedom? Why do they want to force Christians to bake them wedding cakes and take their pictures, etc. if Christians are against fruitcakeness?
Not only in California but in other states as well are Catholic Churches helping illegal immigrants. When my Dad retired back in 1977 and he went to Social Security Administration to apply for Social Security he stated that there was a Catholic priest there with illegal immigrants to get them Social Security.
Jim Lincoln wrote: Why John Y., they are no worse than the Catholic Church.
Yes the Mormon Cult is far worse then the Catholic Church because the Mormon Cult has no Christian doctrines whatsoever in it. Whereas there are Christian doctrines in the Catholic Church. The Mormon Cult does not believe in and worship the biblical and historical Jesus, it believes in and worships a multiplicity of gods, it believes in a different holy spirit, etc.
PursuitofTruth:Mormonism is a Cult because it does not worship Jesus as God. Any religion that does not worship Jesus as God is a Cult. Judaism is a Cult also.
Jim Lincoln wrote: John Y., it's in everyone mind that you aren't a Christian. So, everyone has a warped mind except you? You have to have repentance. The works we need to see is that you have left the Romish Church, a true Christian will Come Out Of The Catholic Church.
I did repent when I embraced Jesus as Savior during an Altar Call at my brothers Non Denominational Church in November 1997. And according to the Bible and Baptist teaching I am saved and am a Christian. Just because I have not left the RCC doesn't mean I am not saved and not a Christian because nowhere in the Bible is church attendance/membership in any church including any Protestant Church mentioned as being required for salvation and entering Heaven upon ones demise. Jesus will not look at the church that one attended in deciding who enters Heaven. Jesus will only look at who embraced Him as their Savior and trusted in Him alone for salvation. You are adding another requirement onto salvation by stating that I have to come out of the Catholic Church. The Bible and Baptist teaching don't state that.
Lisa wrote: The lords sabbath Friday night Sundown til Saturday night sundown. Sunday is the catholic Sabbath
Sunday is not the Catholic or Protestant Sabbath. Sunday is the Catholic and Protestant Lord's Day. The Saturday Sabbath is only for Jews. Christians are not supposed to observe the Saturday Sabbath. Luther didn't observe the Saturday Sabbath but retained Sunday worship in the Lutheran Church.
It is only in your warped mind that I am not a Christian. If I embraced Jesus as my Personal Savior and I trust in Him alone for salvation then according to the Bible and Baptist teaching I am saved and am a Christian irresepctive if I attend the Catholic Church and don't attend an Evangelical Protestant Church. And I was just stating the fact that the Catholic Church is not a queer church because it does not support fruitcakeness and does not ordain openly fruitcake priests.
Stevenr wrote: From the story it seemed she was overstepping; complaints for questioning customers over whether they took the Lords name in vain, and preaching... Both good thing, on your own time. I have a secular job and would consider it stealing to use the time they are paying me to share my views... If you want to witness, great. Just do it on your time.