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SATURDAY, AUG 3, 2013  |  14 comments  |  1 commentary
Pope Pens Personal Message to Muslims at Ramadan's End

In his Friday Ramadan message, Francis highlighted the importance of educating Muslim and Christian youth to respect each other’s religion.

“We have to bring up our young people to think and speak respectfully of other religions and their followers, and to avoid ridiculing or denigrating their convictions and practices,” he wrote.

The pope also said that “particular respect” must be given “to religious leaders and to places of worship.” “How painful are attacks on one or other of these!” he added. ...


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Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Jim, I've downloaded several of his sermons while doing my research. They were good. I have also listened to J MacArrhur, Cloud, William Webster, and several others. There is also an ex-Catholic priest whose name I can't think of right now, but I have a very difficult time keeping my attention focused because he is very soft and monotone.
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News Item8/9/13 3:09 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I really should have pointed out there are some really good commentaries on the Ian Paisley site about the Romish Church trying to get buddy-buddy with Muhammadanism, Mary Redemptrix: Is Rome Using Marian Sanctuaries To Win Over Islam?. In actuality, I believe we have more Catholics becoming Muhammadans than the other way around, e.g., Congressman Keith Ellison. Really both false religions are like, "Rome when in minority is as gentle as a lamb, when in equality is as clever as a fox, and when in the majority is as fierce as a tiger.".

I suppose one of these days will hear how some our hybrid Catholic/Protestants on this forum have turned into hybrid Catholic/Muhammadan.

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News Item8/4/13 4:49 PM
joe lee | usa  Find all comments by joe lee
Pope's take on Paul in Acts 17-- I would never denigrate your idols including your unknown God. Let us have fellowship and respect each other equally.
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Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
Emily wrote:
I agree with Martin from Texas.
Emily
Thank you very much for your post.

Martin's post touches on much of the battle/spiritual warfare we are in today as Christians, "The failure of preachers to teach and warn of false teachings and teachers in today's modern churches"

Or WORSE the undiscerning, sometimes with deliberate suppression of the truth, promotion and endorsement of wolves in sheeps clothing because they humanly might be popular and friendly, like Francis 1 apparently is, even to homosexuals and the followers of the "peaceful"(NOT)religion of murderous, thieving, demon possessed, pedophile who consumated his marriage with his favorite wife when she was 9 (some say 10) years old.

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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, Martin has it correct, >Dear 'World Community': You Are Not Our Equals in general policies that depend on ... Judeo-Christian... and of course nor will we stop criticizing Christian organizations which are that in name only, such as Catholicism, again, q.v., Understanding Islam and Roman Catholicism (PDF).
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Emily | Texas  Find all comments by Emily
I agree with Martin from Texas.
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News Item8/4/13 5:48 AM
Andrew | Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Andrew
You're all poets and you didn't know it. Or, perhaps you did. Excellent popes...sorry...posts.
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News Item8/3/13 5:40 PM
Erik | South Carolina  Find all comments by Erik
There is no hope in the pope!
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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Quite right, Christ, but the Red Pope is toeing the party line. Understanding Islam and Roman Catholicism (PDF). Muhammadanism and Romanism have much more in common with each other than they do with Christianity.

Apparently, the answer is, "No," to Will Pope Francis Challenge Muslim Persecution of Christians? Give Frannie enough rope and His Unholiness might hang himself.

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News Item8/3/13 12:07 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
nope, don't mope. there's hope to cope.
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News Item8/3/13 9:53 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Good posts. I actually held out a small bit of hope for this pope, but nope, he's speaking like a dope who's holding a very thin rope while on a slippery slope, which is slicker than soap while in God's scope.

Okay, lame. Anyway, I see him conforming more and more lately. I think someone had a talk with the "rebel" Pope. I never though he would deter from the churches doctrines or anything, but I thought he would take a stand against homosexuality and I thought he would discourage, instead of encourage, topics such as this. I guess I just thought he would be a bit more real as opposed to conforming which he seems to be doing.

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News Item8/3/13 9:31 AM
Martin | Texas  Find all comments by Martin
If a godly respect for people requires us to "think and speak respectfully of other religions and their followers, and to avoid ridiculing and denigrating their convictions and practices," then the Old Testament prophets, John the Baptist, and Jesus all failed miserably to show godly respect to people-- for they brought the sharpest rebuke against all religions based on a denial of truth. The prophets repeatedly "denigrated and ridiculed" the insanity of idol worship, and Jesus uttered scathing criticism of the Pharisees for their religion of man-made traditions which they used as a cloak to hide their hypocrisy and to turn people away from Christ. The fact is, no true Christian can "speak well" of any religion based on the denial of Christ's Person and saving work. Buddhism, Islam, Hinduism, and other religions that deny Christ as the only Savior must be "exposed" as the paths of darkness they are, not commended as wonderful religious systems worthy of praise and respect. Political correctness should play no part in the way that Christians deal with people of other religions. Though we should always respect people as people, we must speak the truth in love concerning the need for people to turn from false religious systems to Christ alone for salvation.
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News Item8/3/13 9:28 AM
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"“We have to bring up our young people to think and speak respectfully of other religions and their followers, and to avoid ridiculing or denigrating their convictions and practices,” he (Pope) wrote."

OK Children. Christianity takes you to heaven. God records in the Bible that; "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved." Acts 4:12.

But Pope Francis wants you to respect Islam the religion which takes you to hell. So if you want to live an eternal life of hell, damnation, suffering and misery - Then "respect" Islam.

Pope Francis doesn't seem to be all that convinced by the Holy Scriptures, that he can reject heresy, idolatry and false religions. The papal antichrist is at work again spreading his counterfeit gospel of hate.

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News Item8/3/13 6:28 AM
double standards  Find all comments by double standards
While a Christian is respectful and loving at all times, a devout Muslim pushes a button and blows them both up.
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