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FRONT PAGE  |  5/4/2015
WEDNESDAY, OCT 16, 2013  |  114 comments
Conservative Catholics question Pope Francis’s approach
Rattled by Pope Francis’s admonishment to Catholics not to be “obsessed” by doctrine, his stated reluctance to judge gay people and his apparent willingness to engage just about anyone — including atheists — many conservative Catholics are doing what only recently seemed unthinkable: They are openly questioning the pope.

The wary traditionalists became critical when, in an interview a few weeks ago, Francis said Catholics shouldn’t be “obsessed” with imposing doctrines, including on gay marriage and abortion. Then earlier this month, Francis told an atheist journalist that people should follow good and fight evil as they “conceive” of them. These remarks followed an interview with journalists this summer aboard the papal airplane in which the pope declared that it is not his role to judge someone who is gay “if they accept the Lord and have goodwill.” ...


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News Item4/25/15 3:35 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, I can't complain when there were messages that more or less deal with the subject matter of the post, and the last several actually looking into Who is a Roman Catholic? and this is very good article indeed on exploring that topic Personally one's greed will be more reflective of their political stance than where the might be on the theological spectrum.

But getting back to my favorite topic, and to college organizations that many Catholics belong to, the social Greek letter society, here is a story of a particularily obnoxious one University of Florida could expel Zeta Beta Tau over harassment of wounded veterans. Not only could but should expel this frat! Lushes need to be kicked out of Universities.

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News Item4/25/15 10:56 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Nosey wrote:
I was not being facetious. I really wanted to know what a "conservative Catholic" is.
Are they in the majority or minority?
Who is a Roman Catholic?, Just remember, Nosey, none of them are Christian Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? --Yes!

No, SteveR isn't correct about Protestants, unless, they are Evangelical, remember, Hillary Clinton, social gospel Methodist to the core? Probably most mainliners are a tad liberal at the very least, but there are no doubt some conservatives in that group as well. By the way, Hutterites and many Mennonites wouldn't fall into a conservative political grouping though quite a few would have a conservative theology. No to "Christian" Activism? of the GOP sort,

Oh, on fun & games, A Penn State fraternity is suspended after police...

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News Item4/4/15 9:03 AM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
John Yurich USA wrote:
I have no idea if the majority of Catholics in the United States are conservative.
Its nowhere near a majority. Like Protestants, if its over 20% Id be surprised
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News Item4/4/15 5:40 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Nosey wrote:
I was not being facetious. I really wanted to know what a "conservative Catholic" is.
Are they in the majority or minority?
I have no idea if the majority of Catholics in the United States are conservative.
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News Item4/3/15 7:05 PM
Nosey | USA  Find all comments by Nosey
John Yurich USA wrote:
What a ridiculous question, what is a conservative Catholic. A conservative Catholic is a Catholic who is a Republican and who is against abortion, homosexuality, artificial birth control and against every other perversion under the sun.
I was not being facetious. I really wanted to know what a "conservative Catholic" is.
Are they in the majority or minority?
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News Item4/3/15 10:43 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Nosey wrote:
What, may I ask, is a "conservative Catholic?"
What a ridiculous question, what is a conservative Catholic. A conservative Catholic is a Catholic who is a Republican and who is against abortion, homosexuality, artificial birth control and against every other perversion under the sun.
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News Item4/3/15 10:21 AM
Nosey | USA  Find all comments by Nosey
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Preserver, another group to take notice of, Nebraska Immunity Bill Aimed at Underage Drinkers Passes. I have mixed feelings about this idea, which is supported by the student government and the University Nebraska of Lincoln. I suppose saving lives is an important idea even taking note of how those lives were needlessly put in danger. also the drinking culture of universities.
What, may I ask, is a "conservative Catholic?"
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News Item4/3/15 1:27 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Preserver, another group to take notice of, Nebraska Immunity Bill Aimed at Underage Drinkers Passes. I have mixed feelings about this idea, which is supported by the student government and the University Nebraska of Lincoln. I suppose saving lives is an important idea even taking note of how those lives were needlessly put in danger. also the drinking culture of universities.
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News Item3/28/15 6:08 PM
Preserver | God's Truth  Find all comments by Preserver
It is my understanding, according to Proverbs, that we are to judge all things as to whether or not God approves and accepts them for His glory, or disapproves; judges the thing. It’s simply accessing it by the objective word of God. In God’s plans our judging of an issue is either for the eternal good of man and for God’s glory. The pope doesn’t have to judge anybody, because God has already judged them. Being gay is a judgment of God (Romans 1). When a sin characterizes a man that is a judgment of God. If stealing, murdering, committing adultery, etc. is my practice, then I have been judged by the Righteous Judge. Now condemning the person is another matter. We have no right to such. If I serve others as unto the Lord, I am judged a servant. When God translates a man from the kingdom of darkness to the kingdom of his Son, I have been judged righteous.
Now there will come a time when we, the saints, will judge even angels. Because we have God’s mind on an issue and, we agree with God. So.
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News Item3/28/15 11:23 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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News Item3/28/15 1:01 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
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News Item3/17/15 7:48 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, these fun organizations are at it again. They add so much to the intellectual atmosphere of a university. :-7

Penn State fraternity suspended after secret Facebook discovered

Inside the Frat Party that Caused $75,000 of Damage

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News Item3/12/15 2:38 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, aren't these great character building organizations the ones you want your kids to be a part of :-7

Washington and Lee University Suspends Phi Kappa Psi Over Taser Hazing. Just a bunch of idiot people who have grown older, but haven't grown up.

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News Item3/10/15 1:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Two Oklahoma Students Expelled After Racist Chants. Ah, now I wonder if this will make everything okay, and this frat reinstalled? There's just too much money from the alumni for a State U., to throw them out permanently. Even Barry Switzer (sp?), famous football coach of OU, came to their defense, since he's an honorary member of this outfit.

I wonder if the frat that flew the Confederate flag, is still doing it? I use to visit OU campus when I was stationed at Ft. Sill, for a change of pace. I still do remember that about the OU. Ah, another news story, Sigma Alpha Epsilon Probes ‘Other Incidents’ After Racist Chants.

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News Item3/9/15 4:20 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Aw, don't you just love the intellectual quality of the red states' state universities? University of Oklahoma Fraternity Closed After Racist Video Is Posted Online .
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News Item3/4/15 3:17 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, I should have had this one here, and then get back to Conservative Catholics and Frats. Erasmus, His Greek Text and His Theology. A great history of a fellow who I thought might make a great Anglican, if that church was around during his time.

But I can get back on track with conservative Catholics! Note my earlier message that contained the URL for the article on Catholic Bishops, read that excellent article, and it will help you see with more depth all the Romish references in this one.
Election blurring of church, state separation draws complaints
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News Item3/3/15 3:46 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, but TS, your favorite translator was a died-in-the-wool Catholic
Drs. Ankerberg & Weldon wrote:
As noted previously, many KJVO writers argue God had the KJV written so that through the translators, He could produce an inerrant English Bible.

But once one realizes how Erasmus, who was a Roman Catholic priest, put together his authoritative Greek text from which the Textus Receptus and the 1611 King James edition came, it is clear that Erasmus’ text is not perfect.

In fact, if one uses the same logic as the KJVO proponents, and cites selected passages which seem to teach salvation by works, one could even argue that it is the KJV itself which distorts the doctrine of salvation. Remember that the KJV has been the favorite Bible of new religions and cults, like Mormonism, that promote salvation by works. Why? Because in many places the KJV verses are less clear than the reliable modern versions.

from The Conflict Over Different Bible Versions and Well, Yes!
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News Item3/3/15 3:27 PM
s c | Oh  Find all comments by s c
If anyone goes to the actual article, they can see a pic of the "pope". His pointy hat looks like a bird's golden beak open (ready to eat a worm). It's a profile.
: hehe
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News Item3/3/15 3:16 PM
TS  Find all comments by TS
Jim Lincoln wrote:
Know thy enemy
But Jim.
Your pals Westcott and Hort said that the Roman Catholics were ok, and they believed some of their heresies.

"Westcott and Hort were responsible for the greatest feat in textual criticism. They were responsible for replacing the Universal Text of the Authorized Version with the Local Text of Egypt and the Roman Catholic Church. Both Wescott and Hort were known to have resented the pre-eminence given to the Authorized Version and its underlying Greek Text. They had been deceived into believing that the Roman Catholic manuscripts, Vaticanus and Aleph, were better because they were "older." This they believed, even though Hort admitted that the Antiochian or Universal Text was equal in antiquity. "The fundamental text of the late extant Greek MSS generally is beyond all question identical with the dominant Antiochian or Graeco-Syrian Text of the second half of the Fourth Century." (chick.com)

PS::
Jim Lincoln also agrees with ....
"Both Wescott and Hort were known to have resented the pre-eminence given to the Authorized Version and its underlying Greek Text."

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News Item3/3/15 3:08 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
I may have to add this to another thread as well, but Protestants on this forum shouldn't miss this article, America’s Catholic Bishops. Yes, a golden oldie, but still worth reading. Know thy enemy
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