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Choice News SATURDAY, APR 9, 2005  |  26 comments
Bush: Pope's funeral strengthened faith

CRAWFORD, Texas -- President Bush said yesterday that attending Pope John Paul II's emotional funeral strengthened his belief in Christianity, a living God, and in how religious faith is a lifelong journey, not a respite.

''I knew the ceremony today would be majestic but I didn't realize how moved I would be by the service itself," said Bush, a Protestant who attends a Methodist church.

''Today's ceremony, I bet you, for millions of people, was a reaffirmation . . . and a way to make sure doubts don't seep into your soul."

The president, discussing his faith in greater detail than usual, said: ''There is no doubt in my mind there is living God. And no doubt in my mind that Lord, Christ, was sent by the Almighty. No doubt in my mind about that." ...


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News Item6/28/05 1:33 PM
Jim | Nebraska  
John take a look at this booklet The Marks of a true believer:

http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L206.pdf

and of course:

http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC2W1299.pdf

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News Item6/26/05 3:16 PM
Jim | Nebraska  
Sorry John from California, Clinton couldn't pull himself down by putting Pope John Paul II down, he is as far down as you can get. :-(

http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC2W1299.pdf

http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L117.pdf

http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L116.pdf

Gil Rugh's booklets concerning Catholicism are very good, though for the impatient who want to read something quickly, I would recommend the first pamphlet, which is rather small.

If you are a Catholic and suddenly your feet got on fire, while sitting in your church's pew, because you realize you are too close to hell! You would be looking for a new church and of course encouraging your spouse, children, and relatives to come with you.

Read Indian Hills Community Church's Statement of Faith and Constitution, and get an idea what the typical Christian Church believes in, you can find these at URL's

http://www.ihcc.org/index.php?id=article&art_id=Xp8yadWJKsjgjlfo05fgK3q7H

http://www.ihcc.org/index.php?id=article&art_id=ewuUDRugbdehfzCkikDzX7W1D

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News Item4/19/05 12:46 PM
John | San Jose, CA  
Yeah. Clinton's attempt to compare
his legacy to that of the Pope's was
pretty lame.

John Paul II would have to have been
like one of those priests convicted
of molestation to even come close to
matching Clinton and Monica in the
oval office.

Just goes to show that someone like
Clinton will pull ANYONE down in order
to try to help/improve his or her own
reputation.

JSS

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News Item4/18/05 6:24 PM
Bill | Washington State  
Nowhere in the Bible does it say, "the only requirement is to achieve salvation and that is to receive Jesus as personal savior." Salvation is a gift of God and comes with the new birth, also a gift of God. The biblical warrant is, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you shall be saved." Nothing more, nothing less. "Receiving Christ as your personal Savior" is Protestant Arminian "magic."
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News Item4/18/05 5:46 PM
Jim | UK  
A protestant, President of the most powerful nation in the world, saying something good about Catholicism....just bites right into your poor sad protestant souls!! Love it!!
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News Item4/12/05 1:22 PM
John | ohio  
I feel sorry for pres.bush anyone who gets strenghtened by some guy from a religious group that teaches such a wrong doctrine. john paul worship mary not The Lord Jesus Christ I hope for His sake He was saved if not he's smoking now!
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News Item4/12/05 12:38 PM
Neil | Tucson  
Angelo, our part is clear: "If ye love Me, keep My commandments" - John 14:15. James 2:18 - "shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works." True, we are not saved by works, but works come from a saved person.

Too many Christians today think that God's will normally must be discovered by some mystical process. In some cases, that may happen, but you can't go wrong if you start with His Word (all of it, not just the NT).

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News Item4/12/05 12:06 PM
ck  
Let's face it, Mr Bush is a Methodist, they are not particulary known for their Ecclessiastical Separation. Quite the Ecumenical society and quite liberal at that. Ever hear of 'The Walk to Emaeus'? It is an event hosted by the Methodists involving all denominations, and absolutely no separation ...........the whole thrust of the 3 day and night lock down event is to indoctrinate people with the Methodist slant on Grace and the emphasis is on unity of all in Christ regardless of doctrine. So it does not surprise me that Mr. Bush is sym-pathetic to the pope. Also, it is all a political game anyway..........don't fool yourself into thinking it isn't.
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News Item4/12/05 11:31 AM
Tony Borrelli | Philadelphia, Pa. USA  Contact via email
Having recently commented on a similar story last week, I should hold my peace. However, I must add that I hope that all of us fundamentalists and evangelicals who were looking at the President as some sort of Oliver Cromwell, now understand that he is very skilled at "playing to the crowd", and his "crowd" is us! Ask yourselves a question - if John the Baptist were alive today, would he get an invitation to speak in the Rose Garden? Or would he be marginalized as Herod tried to marginalize him - as a screwball fundamentalist. George Bush's emotional gushing at the funeral of the man who "sat in the temple setting himself up as if he were God" shows either his dishonesty regarding his "born again" status, or his ignorance of Scripture's warnings. Mr. Bush and his ilk are playing the evangelicals and fundamentalists like Nero played the fiddle. There is no room in the politics of the world today for Biblical Christianity. When Jesus returns he will not divide Republicans from Democrats, or liberals from conservatives. He will divide the sheep from the goats.
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News Item4/12/05 2:35 AM
Angelo  Contact via email
"But beware: Matt. 7:21-23 is a fearful warning to all who think a bare profession of faith, or good works, is all that God requires of man."

And what is that? Are you saying man has to do some kind of work to be saved? Like God does his part and we have to do ours?

Please tell me, What is ours???

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News Item4/11/05 3:49 PM
Arthur | Scotland  
Can a leopard change his spots?

The Reformation called the Church back to Faith in Christ as the sole mediator between God and man. While the Roman Church held that, ' there is a purgatory and that the souls there detained are helped by the intercessions of the faithful; and that saints are to be venerated and invoked; also that their relics are to be venerated.'
The Reformers taught that salvation was by Christs work alone.

[fivesolas.com]

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News Item4/11/05 3:35 PM
Neil | Tucson  
But beware: Matt. 7:21-23 is a fearful warning to all who think a bare profession of faith, or good works, is all that God requires of man.
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News Item4/11/05 3:04 PM
John Yurich | USA  
Jim,

Only the Lord Jesus knows if the Pope did or did not receive Jesus as his personal savior. I know what the only requirement is to achieve salvation and that is to receive Jesus as personal savior. There is no other requirement the Bible gives to achieve salvation.

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News Item4/10/05 5:12 PM
Jim | Nebraska  
Walt, and many others had good comments about this article. Bill Clinton certainly knew his fellow politician, Pope John Paul II.

John, I am still amazed. You do not praise Judaizers!

Ah, Pope John Paul II that is. ;-)

(AKJV)
2John 1
8 Look to yourselves, that we lose not those things which we have wrought, but that we receive a full reward. {wrought: or, gained, some copies read, ye have gained, but that ye, etc.}
9 Whosoever transgresseth, and abideth not in the doctrine of Christ, hath not God. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he hath both the Father and the Son.
10. If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into [your] house, neither bid him God speed:
11 For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.

John, I think you realize now what the minimum requirements for a Christian:

I was going to give you the whole list, but from a later article where this pope attacked the truthfulness of the Bible, (see later article), this pope cannot be considered a Christian.

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News Item4/10/05 8:09 AM
Walt | Michigan  
PLEASE MR. BUSH!

Many who have forgotten this history have already become easy prey for the ecclesiatical beast of Revelation. Don't let ignorance of history cause you to be torn by the claws of our adversary. "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour" (1 Pet. 5:8).

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News Item4/10/05 8:08 AM
Walt | Michigan  
PLEASE!

Many who have forgotten this history have already become easy prey for the ecclesiatical beast of Revelation. Don't let ignorance of history cause you to be torn by the claws of our adversary. "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour" (1 Pet. 5:8).

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News Item4/10/05 8:08 AM
Walt | Michigan  
Many who have forgotten this history have already become easy prey for the ecclesiatical beast of Revelation. Don't let ignorance of history cause you to be torn by the claws of our adversary. "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour" (1 Pet. 5:8).
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News Item4/10/05 8:01 AM
Walt | Michigan  
Cont.,

William Cunningham's words, though written many years ago, should be heeded by all faithful Christians today, for he said, "[i]t is quite evident, from the signs of the times, that the Popish controversy must be fought over again... It is incumbent upon ministers of the gospel to prepare themselves for the contest." Wylie's History of Protestantism will do much to prepare all faithful Christians to once again apply the sword of the Spirit to the Romish "MOTHER OF HARLOTS" who sits on seven mountains (Rev. 17:9) and is "drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus" (Rev. 17:6).

Many who have forgotten this history have already become easy prey for the ecclesiatical beast of Revelation. Don't let ignorance of history cause you to be torn by the claws of our adversary. "Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour" (1 Pet. 5:8).

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News Item4/10/05 8:00 AM
Walt | Michigan  
Cont.,

The pictures (in conjunction with the historical accounts) of Protestant martyrs giving their lives for Christ have often made a permanent and godly impression upon both young and old alike. Moreover, this history can be used as a reference work (to gain an overview of the great controversy between the true church of Christ and the false, Harlot church of Rome) or read in greater detail to see the hand of God moving through His people and church throughout the centuries (winning over and/or testifying against various nations, tongues and kings, as we behold Christ's two witnesses prophesying in the midst of the 1260 years of the great apostasy [Rev. 10:8-17]).

In our day, when the Papal antichrist addresses the United Nations, is often the subject of major news reports, and regularly meets with national civil leaders (and when professing Protestants are defecting to "the whore of Babylon," and signing "peace" treaties with this great enemy of Christ [to fight cultural battles]), these books are needed more than ever.

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News Item4/10/05 7:58 AM
Walt | Michigan  
Cont.,

A whole section is devoted to the Jesuits, exposing their demonic cruelty and aspirations in overthrowing Reformation truth, persecuting the Reformers and unsettling the civil systems of all the lands that they were allowed to enter. All major (Westminster Assembly, the Solemn League and Covenant, the Synod of Dort, etc.) and many minor Protestant victories are covered in the amazing accounts documented by Wylie. James Arminius (Arminianism), Bloody (Queen) Mary, Charles II, and other notorious figures are also covered in this comprehensive chronicle. Whether recounting Luther's burning of the Papal Bull "excommunicating" him or Calvin's refusing of the Lord's supper (close communion) to the Libertines of Geneva (who said they would kill him for doing so), the pages of this book provide soul-stirring testimony to the international life and death struggle for the gospel of Christ that became known as the Protestant Reformation.

As an added bonus the pictures in these books are excellent for introducing children to major historical events relating to the struggle, sacrifice and victory of Christ's church on earth.

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