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Dear Michael Hranek,

Greetings in the name of Jesus!

It's great that you've started reading the Bible. We, Catholics, have been doing that for centuries.

"Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ."
-CCC 133

However, when you intelligently critique the Church you may want to first read a book or two which includes our imprimatur.

May the Grace of our Lord dwell in you richly!

In Christ,

Your Christian Friend


News Item7/10/11 11:07 AM
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Dear PC(USA) Leaders,

With you (and the Church of Scotland)falling on the twin swords of biblical errancy and fallibility, it's not surprising that, out of fairness, you feel obligated to celebrate pastors who openly practice homosexuality. Although, accepting homosexuality is "gravely disordered" embracing it in the pulpit is unthinkable.

Additionally, with the parallel collapse of mainline denominations and thus the end of a Protestant teaching authority, all of this would leave your founder, John Calvin, (if he were still with us) scratching his head in search of a teaching authority that is the foundation of his master work: The Institutes of the Christian Religion. For without this central teaching authority, who will champion biblical inerrancy and infallibility to ward off homosexualism (et al immorality) from the remaining micro-denominations?

As with the other mainline denominations, it won't be long before the bank stops by to take your keys and turn off the lights.

Christ have mercy upon us.

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Grace and peace to you in the name of our Lord & Savior, Jesus!

If one lived in A.D. 1516 (the year before Dr. Luther posted the 95 Theses -- he made many excellent points there, I might add), how was he saved since there was no trace of Sola Fide or Sola Scriptura?

Blessings to you and yours!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


News Item7/9/11 3:25 PM
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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Greetings to you in the name of our Lord & Savior!

Since there's no central teaching authority in Protestantism, there's no one to say that certain books shall (or shall not) be in the Bible canon. Mr. Ankerberg is just one Protestant opinion.

Blessings in our Lord!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Bibliophile wrote:
Bible Deflation History:
1. 73 Books -- Synod of Hippo (393).
2. 73 Books -- Gutenberg (1455).
3. 73 Books -- Geneva Bible (1560).
4. 73 Books -- AV (1611): AKA KJB.
5. 66 Books -- WCF (1646).
6. 27 Books -- Gideons (1908): NT-only.
7. 9 Books --- 100-Minute Bible (2007): Assorted.
8. 1 Book ---- Gospel of John Project (Present): John-only.
Dear Bibliophile,

Greetings in our Lord & Savior!

Perhaps this is to be added to your list:

9. 1 Verse ---- John 3:16 (Present).

Blessings to you and yours!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Good point.

There are several schools regarding how to divide the 10 Commandments.

The Catholic Church has adopted St. Augustine's version.

Blessings to you!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Greetings in the name of our Lord and Savior!

Why are you certain that they are all heretics? Note that Protestantism has no process nor central teaching authority to define heresy or apostasy. Thus, each and every Protestant must judge for himself if another is outside the faith.

May almighty God bless you and keep you!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Opinion on the harlet,

Blessings to you!

Do you have several sources that substantiate your statistic that the "catholic church has martyred 50 to 100 million true Christians"?

I've never read this in any of my Protestant or Catholic history books.

May the God of all glory bless you!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


News Item7/8/11 1:59 AM
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Dear Lurker,

As Protestants love the Bible, so does the Catholic Church:

"Ignorance of the Scriptures is ignorance of Christ."

-CCC 133

To your Bible verse question:

"And almost all things are by the law purged with blood; and without shedding of blood is no remission."

-Hebrews 9:22

Amen! As in the OT, there's no remission of sin without Christ's death on the cross in the NT. In that, we celebrate the re-presentation of Christ's death at every Mass.

May the Lord bless you and keep you!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Mike,

Yes, for most men, the priesthood would not be a calling. According to Paul, if one burns with a passion, it's better to marry than to burn.

However, Dr. Kinsey lied to us with false sex statistics filling his reports. Therefore, our cultural and Christian default is that sex, like breathing, is necessary and a release must be accomplished at any cost. But in Christ we are to be self-controlled according to our season of life.

Greetings in the name of Jesus!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Alan H,

Blessings to you!

With at least 769 articles about the Catholic Church -- more than any other "Breaking News" category -- the Church is *the* prime focus of SermonAudio.com. Does SA.com have any sermons from Catholics to ensure equal time and balance?

"He that is first in his own cause seemeth just; but his neighbour cometh and searcheth him" (Proverbs 18:17).

While it's great to hear from Protestant pastors, it's vital and biblical to hear both sides of the story, wouldn't you agree?

In the blessed name of our Lord & Savior.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear John UK,

The Catholic Church considers your denomination an ecclesial community and you, a separated brother.

Is there some other tradition that you subscribe to in the Catholic Church that would state otherwise?

As the early Christians were accused of engaging in cannibalism for eating Jesus' literal body and drinking His blood (as He required of us), the Christian majority report for the real physical presence remains to this day.

If you remain with the party who left our Lord you'll "have no life" (John 6:53) -- whatever He meant by that -- but it doesn't sound good, does it?

Either way, as a separated brother it's great to share these important ideas.

O Lamb of God,
Who takes away the sins of the world,
Have mercy upon us.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


News Item7/7/11 6:14 PM
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Dear John UK,

Blessings to you!

If one reads, re-reads and memorizes vast swaths of the Bible every year is that meaningless repetition? God forbid it.

Likewise, if one requests Christ's mercy, no matter how many times, will He not help?

Your faith doesn't require you to be my enemy, does it? Must you awaken every morning protesting against me?

Christ called us to love even our enemies. How are we to remove the roadblocks and protests separating you from me?

Affectionately and by the efficacious blood of Jesus.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Brit,

You're right! We're in a fix because of our sins and those of our fathers.

With at least two major rebellions it's not totally shocking. First, your king, Henry VIII, rebelled against the Catholic Church (Circa 16th Century) to become his own pope so that he could divorce his first wife and remarry. Second, your Protestant forefathers rebelled against the Catholic Church's constant teaching against birth control (Circa 1960), and now we have a contraceptive-powered sex-soaked culture enabling sodomite "marriage" to not only sweep the UK but also the globe.

Christ have mercy upon us.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Yes. Sadly in this broken world there are priests in the Catholic Church who have same-sex attraction. Thankfully, most have opposite-sex attraction.

If a celibate person (e.g., Jesus, Paul) resists a temptation he sins not.

Let's pray that the Lord "lead us not into temptation."

Be blessed in the Lord!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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jpw wrote:
YCF---I never said my salvation is in my prayer and in the signing of my pen.
I have said that the covenant is Christ, written by him, and accomplished by him. I will not debate you on this.
Dear jpw,

Many pardons for the insinuation.

May our Lord and Savior bless you and keep you!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Jim Lincoln,

Blessings in the name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

You cite Dr. John MacArthur, a baptist, with a single viewpoint regarding baptism.

Although a consistent teacher, Dr. MacArthur is a ultimately a professional Catholic protester. Obviously he's biased against the baptism majority report.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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jpw wrote:
Christ's atonement covered my sins and set me free to the law of liberty.
I need none of these other things. Ah, the yoke of Christ is much lighter.
Alleluia!
The sheep hear his voice.
Dear jpw,

Contrary to many Protestant leaders' teachings, saying a prayer and signing a booklet (e.g., "The Four Spiritual Laws") is not the end of one's spiritual journey but just the beginning.

May we follow Christ as little children.

It's a blessing to hear our great Shepherd's voice and -- through obedience -- following Him!

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Mike wrote:
Baptism remits no sin, even if there is disagreement between sprinklers, pourers and dunkers as to mode. If the vast majority of "Christendom" believe baptism remits sin, better to remember truth is not determined democratically.
Dear Mike,

When two Christians are married on Earth, doesn't this simultaneously "remit" their marriage in Christ in Heaven?

Likewise for baptism.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend


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Dear Lurker,

Yes sir! That's the Gospel summary.

The vast majority of Christian ecclesial bodies teach that Baptism remits sin (i.e., Catholic, Orthodox and Lutheran) per biblical precepts and Church History.

Short of this, there are many conflicting baptism views and convictions generating much division (AKA Denominations) such as Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist.

In Christ,

Your Catholic Friend

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