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MONDAY, AUG 15, 2005  |  18 comments
Thousands Fill Church for 'Justice Sunday'

U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, R-Texas, acknowledges applauses

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - America's most powerful judges are "unelected, unaccountable and arrogant," Focus on the Family founder James Dobson told the thousands of people who packed a Nashville church for "Justice Sunday II," a rally televised for broadcast to churches across the country.

The goal of the rally was to educate evangelical Christians about the

U.S. Supreme Court and get them talking to friends and elected officials about what they want from the justices, said organizer Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council.

Many of the speeches targeted the Supreme Court's power and what the writers of the Constitution intended the justices' role to be. ...

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News Item8/17/05 7:37 AM
Arthur | Scotland  
Because God made a point in the Reformation. He commanded we are to leave the false witness and false professors and make a witness(church) of Truth, that the world will identify the real followers of Christ.
We are commanded to come out of the superstition, false dogma and idolatry, that others may not be encouraged to follow the antichrist.

News Item8/17/05 7:25 AM
John Yurich | USA  

You keep stating that I have to leave the Catholic Church and join an Evangelical Protestant Church in order to be saved. You just don't get it do you? The Bible does not state that in order to be saved that there are two requirements that have to be fulfilled namely receive Christ as Savior and join an Evangelical Protestant Church. The Bible states that the only requirement for salvation is to receive Christ as Savior period and nothing else has to be done for salvation. And that is exactly what I did. I received Christ as Savior.

Why can't you recognize that ANYBODY who receives Christ as Savior is saved whether they are Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, Anglican, Episcopalian, Methodist, Presbyterian or Lutheran? Salvation is not dependent upon whether someone belongs to an Evangelical Protestant Church or not.


News Item8/16/05 5:21 PM
John Yurich | USA  

I ought to know when I prayed to Christ to receive Him as Savior. So that means that I am just as saved as you are. And if every night when I go to bed I rededicate my life to Christ as Savior and ask Him to forgive any sins that I may have committed during the day then I am going to remain saved. Is there something wrong with rededicating life to Christ every day and asking Christ to forgive any sins that may have been committed during the day? The Bible states to continually ask Christ for forgiveness of any sins committed.


News Item8/16/05 5:16 PM
John Yurich | USA  

I have seen photographs of the late John Paul II kissing the Koran and I think that John Paul II was insane to do that. I will not put the word Catholc next to my name because I do not care that this is a Protestant website seeing as I have Catholic, Lutheran and Evangelical Protestant beliefs.

What views do I have that are blasphemous? That I still believe that it is ok to Baptize infants because I consider Infant Baptism to be just a dedication of infants to Christ? That I still believe that there are 7 Sacraments but the Sacraments are just church ceremonies and have no bearing on salvation? That I do not believe in the unscriptural doctrines and that I adhere only to the scriptural doctrines of the Catholic Church? That I pay attention and only participate in the scriptural parts of the Mass(which I do not believe is a sacrifice)? That I believe like the Lutherans do about Holy Communion that Christ is present IN, WITH AND UNDER the bread and wine but the bread and wine are still bread and wine but the bread and wine have not been changed into the actual body and blood of Christ? CONT.


News Item8/16/05 5:01 PM
In fairness to the real Jesuits on the site I think it is only fair to say that they are just as confused.

News Item8/16/05 4:39 PM

Sorry I didn't realise we already had a secret (kruptos) agent on site!!


News Item8/16/05 4:33 PM
Odd. John Yurich is told by some he is not a real catholic. He is also told to put 'catholic' next to his name, as if he was the Pope's secret agent at sermonaudio, and as if he has not revealed his catholicism repeatedly.

News Item8/16/05 3:55 PM
Arthur | Scotland  

I reckon John Yurich is a Jesuit working "under cover" with a task to try and confuse and confound.


News Item8/16/05 2:49 PM
John Yurich | USA  

I agree that the RCC has lied in the past by covering up the Priest sex abuse cases. And the RCC has repented of the Inquisiton because the RCC has not killed anybody since the Inquisition ended.


News Item8/16/05 2:45 PM
John Yurich | USA  
Jim from Nebraska,

Catholics are not really unbelievers because they believe in the Holy Trinity and Deity of Christ.


News Item8/16/05 2:40 PM
John Yurich | USA  

Even if Islam did not kill anyone I would still not accept Islam as a true religion because their Holy Book of not the Bible but the Koran and that is why I will never embrace Islam because I only accept the Bible as the final authority.

I do not accept the false doctrines of the Catholic Church. But that does not negate the fact that the Catholic Church in its Catechism teaches morality and what is right and wrong.


News Item8/16/05 1:56 PM
Neil | Tucson  
John, part of morality IS telling the truth, which the RCC does not (Joshua beat me to it). And your facts are wrong too - the RCC has never repented from its killings of countless Protestants.

News Item8/16/05 1:54 PM
Jim | Nebraska  
John, it is wrong for Christians to band with Catholics on these issues, because for one thing,

2Corinthians 6
14 Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?

Of course, once again, Gil Rugh’s booklet on the Evangelicals and Catholics Together.

Christians are never supposed to change people actions they are supposed to try to change people’s hearts toward God.


News Item8/16/05 1:19 PM
John Yurich | USA  

The difference is that Islam and the Koran state that Moslems have to kill the infidels which according to the Koran are the Jews and Christians and that means that the Moslem religion has no morality in it.

Catholicism on the other hand does not advocate that their followers kill anyone because Catholicism teaches that it is morally wrong to kill anyone except for executing murderers and thus Catholicism should band together with Evangelicals to bring back morality to the United States.

And anyway the subject matter is not falsehoods or heresies but morality in the United States. So what is wrong with Catholics banding together with Evangelicals to bring back morality to the United States?


News Item8/16/05 12:03 PM
Neil | Tucson  
Islam, like Catholicism, is also against various sexual sins, but you chastise the Pope for dialoging with them. And because the RCC teaches manifest falsehoods and heresies (as you acknowledge), Protestants should have no fellowship with unfruitful works of darkness (Eph. 5:11).

News Item8/16/05 8:17 AM
John Yurich | USA  

And what is wrong with Evangelicals banding together with Catholics to bring morality back to the United States? The Catholic Church is against abortion, adultery, fornication, homosexuality and all other perversions just like Evangelicals are. So why shouln't Catholics and Evangelicals band together to bring morality back to the United States?


News Item8/15/05 11:30 PM
Weird, but true! The Gospel is the fulfillment of the Law and can be summed up in the two commandments Love God, Love your neighbor! But for those who obey not the Gospel of Christ, they are under the curse of the law and subject to it's ramifications! The Law was added because of transgression! It is the transgressor who fears the Law! So who is it that opposes the Ten Commandments? Those who rebelliously trangress the very God who Made them!

News Item8/15/05 9:09 PM
Neil | Tucson  
"Our laws are based on the Ten Commandments."

Because of the popular view that the Gospel opposes the Law, there is serious equivocation in evangelical churches about the normative value of the Decalogue. Whenever OT case law is appealed to, even as a general principle, the reply is usually "legalism" or reductio ad absurdums about mixed fabrics & executing delinquents. If evangelicals can't get their doctrinal house in order & produce a more consistent answer like the Theonomists have, they may as well stay home and let pagans make laws.

Also notice the alliance with the Catholic League.

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