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SUNDAY, JUL 15, 2012  |  22 comments
Legal expert links PSU, Catholic church scandals

Legal experts say emails and other evidence from the Penn State sex abuse case suggest that Joe Paterno and other university officials put boys in danger with their failure to report sexual abuse allegations against Jerry Sandusky more than a decade ago.

The allegations are similar to those made against a top Philadelphia archdiocese official who was convicted on child endangerment charges last month.


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., you still haven't read, Come, Let Us Reason. As the commentary pointed out, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.. He wouldn't have turned out any better if he was raised rigorously as a Catholic. Joe Paterno, didn't turn out to be an angel, as the Louis Freeh (Yes, a Catholic) report pointed out, Can Penn State's hometown survive NCAA sanctions? surprising a lot of people thought the sanctions were too tough, but there were other groups, who thought they weren't tough enough, Catholic priest victims: NCAA too light on Penn State. Oh, and referring to the article, Pennsylvania Catholic official is first to be convicted for mishandling abuse claims.
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News Item7/22/12 3:05 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
I really didn't state he was raised Catholic, though for those statements you were waiting for, such as the Wikipedia article, "Irish-Catholic mother, Polish father" should be more than a strong hint he was raised Catholic. So, until I see a reputable source saying he raised, say Buddhist as a child, the logical thing to assume he was raised Catholic. As I said pick up the book by Norm Geisler, Come, Let Us Reason. No, there's no place I know of that you can get it free, but it's at least a book done by Christians covering the topic of logic, instead of one done by avowed or closet atheists, some of which are free.
It is stupid to assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic when it does not state anywhere on the internet categorically that he was raised Catholic regardless if it states that his mother was Irish Catholic and his father Polish. If it does not state categorically in print on the internet that Sandusky was raised Catholic then I am not going to assume he was raised Catholic. In fact I am not going to assume he was raised in any religion. I do not even assume that every Catholic who attends Mass believes every Catholic doctrine.
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News Item7/22/12 2:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I really didn't state he was raised Catholic, though for those statements you were waiting for, such as the Wikipedia article, "Irish-Catholic mother, Polish father" should be more than a strong hint he was raised Catholic. So, until I see a reputable source saying he raised, say Buddhist as a child, the logical thing to assume he was raised Catholic. As I said pick up the book by Norm Geisler, Come, Let Us Reason. No, there's no place I know of that you can get it free, but it's at least a book done by Christians covering the topic of logic, instead of one done by avowed or closet atheists, some of which are free.
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News Item7/21/12 7:54 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John Y., like all too many Catholics, at least most Catholics in religious areas logical thinking goes out the window. Now I'm using inductive logic, not deductive. This means --from the facts that can be found-- there is greater likelihood that Sandusky was raised Catholic and not Protestant, or Methodist, etc. Can I be 100% certain. As far as Sandusky is concerned, until more evidence is presented, then my conclusion that Mr. Sandusky was raised in the Romish faith will hold more weight than yours that he wasn't.
I did not state that Sandusky was not raised Catholic. What I stated was that if there are no statements on the internet that state what religion Sandusky was raised in then I am not going to assume that he was raised Catholic because I need proof in the form of a statement that states definitively that Sandusky was raised Catholic. Usually with prominent public figures there is at least one statement on the internet that states what religion they were raised in.
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News Item7/21/12 2:59 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., like all too many Catholics, at least most Catholics in religious areas logical thinking goes out the window. If you haven't picked up the book, Come, Let Us Reason. You need to study about ...Logical Fallacies. Now I'm using inductive logic, not deductive. This means --from the facts that can be found-- there is greater likelihood that Sandusky was raised Catholic and not Protestant, or Methodist, etc. Can I be 100% certain. However on such premises as "Only Scripture," "Only Christ," "Only Grace," "Only Faith," and "To God Alone Be Glory" which we know is true then the Romish Church will be deduced as an anti-Christian Church using deductive logic of course, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No.

As far as Sandusky is concerned, until more evidence is presented, then my conclusion that Mr. Sandusky was raised in the Romish faith will hold more weight than yours that he wasn't.

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News Item7/20/12 7:25 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Also John there are certainly no statements on the Internet that said Sandusky was not raised a Catholic, when one has an Irish-Catholic mother and a Polish father, what would you expected him to be raised as? My assumption is the more reasonable one, until someone actually says he was raised a Congregationalist.
Correct that there are no statements on the internet stating that Sandusky was raised Protestant either. There are no statements on the internet stating what religion Sandusky was raised in. You might be right that Sandusky was raised Catholic but if there is no evidence on the internet in the form of statements stating categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic then I am not going to assume that he was raised Catholic. I do not assume that a public figure was raised in a particular religion unless it states on the internet what religion they were raised in. Just because Sandusky had an Irish Catholic mother and a Polish father does not automatically mean that he was raised Catholic.
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News Item7/20/12 2:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Also John there are certainly no statements on the Internet that said Sandusky was not raised a Catholic, when one has an Irish-Catholic mother and a Polish father, what would you expected him to be raised as? My assumption is the more reasonable one, until someone actually says he was raised a Congregationalist, for example.

It also does not negate the fact that Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. Which church is the most infamous for having children turn into mafia members? The Roman Catholic Church if the answer suddenly disappears from you mind. As I've pointed out in that article apparently commissioned by the Romish Church by the Santa Clara College professor, there are certainly instances of sexual abuse in many groups, and it has also happened in even the Orthodox Jewish community. So? does that suddenly make an anti-Christian organization like the Romish Church that has a systemic problem with sexual abuse, e.g., Abuse in the Catholic Church suddenly less guilty because others in other groups have committed it? The answer to that is no.

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News Item7/19/12 7:12 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim L.:There is no statement anywhere on the internet that states categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic. So if there is no statement anywhere on the internet stating categorically that Sandsusky was raised Catholic then I am not going to assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic. Why do you assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic when there is no evidence via statements on the internet stating categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic? If there are no statements on the internet that state categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic then it is stupid to assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic.
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News Item7/19/12 2:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., why the insistence that Sandusky was raised as anything as Catholic? Catholic sex abuse crisis, 10 years later Does that remove the systemic problem that the Romish Church has deviant sexual behavior? No. Have I said that other groups don't have problems, this study apparently done at the the behest of the Romish Church The Causes and Context of Sexual Abuse of Minors by Catholic Priests in the United States, 1950-2010 clearly points out that they do have problems, does that somehow excuse the Romish Church, from its anti-Christian beliefs which help lead to these problems? No. By the way, even if the last article wants to appear that the Romish Church has fixed it's problems in this area it hasn't--not in this country and certainly not in other countries either. Abuse by priests
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News Item7/18/12 9:07 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Irish Catholic mother and Polish father? With an emphasis on works by both father and son? I didn't say he remained a Catholic, our two most famous football couches were raised Catholic, but saw the error in that, as you know by now, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. Devaney a member of the UCC and Osborne a Methodist, sort of out of the fire into the frying pan for both of them.
Until I find some statement on the internet that states categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic then I am not going to assume that he was raised Catholic. That is totally illogical to assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic without there being statements that categorically state that. It might be ok for you to assume that Sandusky was raised Catholic without there being any statement that categorically states that Sandusky was raised Catholic but I think logically and I need proof in the form of statements that state categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic.
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News Item7/17/12 2:24 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Irish Catholic mother and Polish father? With an emphasis on works by both father and son? I didn't say he remained a Catholic, our two most famous football couches were raised Catholic, but saw the error in that, as you know by now, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. Devaney a member of the UCC and Osborne a Methodist, sort of out of the fire into the frying pan for both of them. But as Martin Luther pointed out,
Martin Luther wrote:
Nowadays there are many such idolaters who want to be counted among the true confessors of the Gospel. They may even teach that men are delivered from their sins by the death of Christ. But because they attach more importance to charity than to faith in Christ they dishonor Him and pervert His Word. They do not serve the true God, but an idol of their own invention. The true God has never yet smiled upon a person for his charity or virtues, but only for the sake of Christ's merits.
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News Item7/17/12 1:51 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John Y., it's obvious that Sandusky was raised a Catholic.
No it is not obvious that Sandusky was raised Catholic because there is no evidence that I can find that states categorically that Sandusky was raised Catholic.
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News Item7/17/12 1:42 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Perhaps you have been on the SA News Forum for quite a spell? Then you would have noted that, I have really appreciated a Lutheran theologian of the 19th-20th, by the name of Shodde. He has probably a near perfect definition of Interpretation and Allegory. I seriously doubt that any Independent Fundalmentalist Baptist would find anything wrong with the first example, and very little with the second. I have seen even modern conservative Luthern theologians that we can agree with, but they as well as we, recognize that we do not agree upon the ordinance of baptism at all

A guest pastor we almost always have every year to speak at IHCC is Dwight Oswald, who wrote this, Martin Luther's Sacramental Gospel. I don't think we would have him as a guest speaker if the IHCC church staff disagreed with this position? The only time --that I remember-- that Gil Rugh mentioned Lutherans is when he praised the conservative branch of Lutherans for rejecting the devilish hand of the Pope in an ecumenical death grip.

John Y., it's obvious that Sandusky was raised a Catholic.

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News Item7/16/12 7:50 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John Y., from what I've read, Jerry Sandusky he had an Irish-Catholic mother and on his father's it was Polish stock. What he later became besides child molester still doesn't stop the fact he was raised Catholic. So, this has a lot to do with your Romish Church, John. But so far you have proved you have not taken Jesus Christ into your heart, because your actions show no repentance.
I can't find any articles on the internet which indicate that Sandusky was raised Catholic.
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News Item7/16/12 3:28 PM
iconoclastic fury in reverse  Find all comments by iconoclastic fury in reverse
"Why didn't Lutherans abandon many worship practices of the medieval Roman Catholic Church? The Issues Etc. Book of the Month is "Faith and Act: The Survival of Medieval Ceremonies in the Lutheran Reformation" It's published by Concordia Publishing House at 800-325-3040."

-Pastor and Radio Broadcaster, Todd Wilkin, Issues Etc, http://issuesetc.org/archive/

What's old is new in Evangelical denominations:

Lutherans:
* have kneelers on their pews
* make the sign of the cross
* have formal processional with a crucifix
* pastors chant much of the liturgy: Kyrie, Gloria, Nunc Dimittis, etc
* pastors wear the formal vestments
* have pipe organs

Jim Lincoln wrote:
What you mean you want a lot of smelly incense you know the stench in God's nostrils to be burned? I suppose you do believe in "Give Me the Works, Father"? I think what would be more meaningful the priest be dressed in medieval jester outfits, you know like is shown on the Joker of a pack of cards, and let them do some cartwheels besides! Now their would be an interesting Catholic funeral, though no more meaningful than the way they are done now.
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News Item7/16/12 2:43 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
What you mean you want a lot of smelly incense you know the stench in God's nostrils to be burned? I suppose you do believe in "Give Me the Works, Father"? I think what would be more meaningful the priest be dressed in medieval jester outfits, you know like is shown on the Joker of a pack of cards, and let them do some cartwheels besides! Now their would be an interesting Catholic funeral, though no more meaningful than the way they are done now.
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News Item7/16/12 2:33 PM
boring to the max  Find all comments by boring to the max
Jim Lincoln wrote:
www.ianpaisley.org, The Sacraments and www.ankerberg.com "The Mass - Miracle or Mendacity"
On a scale of 0-5, with five being the highest in entertainment value, Ankerberg's and Paisley's worship services likely rank in the stark and dour, 1-2, range. The only thing worse would be attending a random funeral or IHCC.
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News Item7/16/12 2:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Roman Catholicism magic acts, The Sacraments with a stage show of the Mass, q.v., ¿The Mass - Miracle or Mendacity? or sideshows like the confession of sin,
wrote:
The problem with ritualized confession of sin is that, like an actor in a morality play, the Catholic has been given his lines. He is not speaking to God in his own words, but is repeating a formula to a priest. All too easily this can be performed without genuine remorse or intention to change. The person departs, thinking that everything is right between him and God, when in fact he hasn’t been talking to God at all. The most common formula for confession of sin among Catholics is the Act of Contrition. Many Catholics say it daily:....
excerpt from, Ritualized Confession of Sin.

The Catholic Church is an example of paganism run rampant, The Church of Rome Steps Into Apostasy.

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News Item7/16/12 1:49 PM
Is your church boring  Find all comments by Is your church boring
Jim Lincoln wrote:
You should be encouraging people to Come out of the Catholic Church.
Why, when well-known anti-Catholic Reformed Evangelical theologians are commending the RCC?

"Compared with a summer blockbuster film, many would likely characterize the events at a typical church as “boring.” In order to address this problem, many churches ... have begun using the techniques of show business. Worship now has the look and feel of a rock concert, and sermons have turned into inspirational comedy routines."
____________

"We've seen the movement, haven't we, of quite a lot of people back into Roman Catholicism ... partly as a result of the "anything goes [in worship paradigm shift]." They want some structure. They want some creed to believe in. Some formality to [the] worship [service]. Some ritual that has meaning."

-Dr. Richard Winter, PCA Seminary Professor, "Still Bored in a Culture of Entertainment"

____________

-Dr. Michael Horton, WTS Professor and past-president of Christians United for Reformation, "Boredom & Entertainment"

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News Item7/16/12 1:44 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., from what I've read, Jerry Sandusky he had an Irish-Catholic mother and on his father's it was Polish stock. What he later became besides child molester still doesn't stop the fact he was raised Catholic. So, this has a lot to do with your Romish Church, John.

1 Corinthians 8
11 For through your knowledge he who is weak is ruined, the brother for whose sake Christ died.
12 And thus, by sinning against the brethren and wounding their conscience when it is weak, you sin against Christ.---NASB

You are aiding and abetting an anti-Christian organization, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. You should be encouraging people to Come out of the Catholic Church. But so far you have proved you have not taken Jesus Christ into your heart, because your actions show no repentance.

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