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WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 2014  |  44 comments
Bobby Jindal, raised Hindu, uses Christian conversion to woo GOP base for 2016 run

A dozen politically active pastors came here for a private dinner Friday night to hear a conversion story unique in the context of presidential politics: how Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal traveled from Hinduism to Protestant Christianity and, ultimately, became what he calls an “evangelical Catholic.”

Over two hours, Jindal, 42, recalled talking with a girl in high school who wanted to “save my soul,” reading the Bible in a closet so his parents would not see him and feeling a stir while watching a movie during his senior year that depicted Jesus on the cross.

“I was struck, and struck hard,” Jindal told the pastors. “This was the Son of God, and He had died for our sins.”

Jindal’s session with the Christian clergy, who lead congregations in the early presidential battleground states of Iowa and South Carolina, was part of a behind-the-scenes effort by the Louisiana governor to find a political ...


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John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
GSTexas wrote:
If they somehow became cognizant of your beliefs, would you be willing to be excommunicated?
Its a hypothetical situation, so dont dodge the question with "well, theyre not cognizant, so Im not willing to be excommunicated".
If the priest became cognizant of my beliefs and requested a meeting to discuss my beliefs I would refuse to attend the meeting. Even if I were to attend an Evangelical Protestant Church I would not make my beliefs known to the minister as my beliefs are no business of any clergy. That is my answer to that hypothetical question because I would refuse to communicate with the priest about my beliefs.

Darrel: Not making the RCC cognizant of something that is none of their business to begin which is my beliefs is not lying to the RCC. I am not faithful to the RCC. I am only faithful to the scriptural RCC doctrines. If I was not saved and not guided by the Holy Spirit then I would not have the ability to know that there are some unscriptural RCC doctrines. Before I embraced Jesus as Savior during that Altar Call I didn't know that there are some unscriptural RCC doctrines. But then I instantly came to know that there are some unscriptural RCC doctrines because of coming under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

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News Item5/19/14 12:31 PM
Darrel | Baton Rouge, La  Find all comments by Darrel
John, USA, You are deceiving yourself in so many ways. The fruit of salvation is not evident in you: 1) you've lied to the RCC by not identifying yourself as one who believes solely in Christ apart from the RCC's mandates; 2) you've denied the Savior whom you claim to know, love and serve by the same lie of #1. Your beliefs and self-deluding "testimony" are meaningless especially to the Lord and to those who know and obey the Lord Jesus. If you know so much about the RCC, then you must know that it is the seat of satan, is totally opposed to the Lord Jesus Christ, and loves to lie to people about it's actions and motives so that the money will keep coming in. 2 Cor. 6:11-18 should be read until the truth of it soaks in, the RCC is renounced for the fraud that it is, and you come to your senses and leave. As long as you remain "faithful" to the roman catholic social club you have no testimony to the saving power of the Lord Jesus because satan still controls you. The same is true for everyone else who believes as you do, including Jindal.
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News Item5/19/14 12:15 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
GSTexas wrote:
If they somehow became cognizant of your beliefs, would you be willing to be excommunicated?
Its a hypothetical situation, so dont dodge the question with "well, theyre not cognizant, so Im not willing to be excommunicated".
I am not a prophet or the son of a prophet. Bobby Jindal may not know may also not be able to foresee. (that way my answer is related to the article ) However, I would predict that you will never get an answer to that question from John/George Yurich USA
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News Item5/19/14 11:52 AM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
If they somehow became cognizant of your beliefs, would you be willing to be excommunicated?

Its a hypothetical situation, so dont dodge the question with "well, theyre not cognizant, so Im not willing to be excommunicated".

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News Item5/19/14 6:21 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Jim, the hallowed brown scapular was/is an interesting papal addition to bypassing Purgatory. Been a while, but if I remember right, if a person died on a Saturday while wearing it, said the Pope, that person will go straight to Heaven. This is one of those things they have tried to back peddle on and don't talk much about, but one must remember that no Pope is fallible while speaking from his seat.
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News Item5/19/14 4:13 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Shane wrote:
I'm confused john y... is your name john or George?
Neither as I don't use my real name on discussion forums so that I can remain anonymous so nobody knows where I reside.

Unprofitable Servant:No my hope of eternity in Heaven is not bound to the RCC. I have repeatedly stated that I don't trust in my Baptism as an infant and the Sacraments for salvation but instead I trust in Jesus alone for salvation. Just because I don't wisht to leave the RCC doesn't mean I am putting my hope for salvation in the RCC. If I state that I trust in Jesus alone for salvation and don't trust in my Baptism as an infant and the Sacraments for salvation then that is what I mean. I don't practice the unscriptural aspects of the RCC but only practice the scriptural aspects of the RCC. I don't do anything the RCC states is needed for the salvation of my soul. I don't go to Confession, I don't believe the Mass is a sacrifice, I don't believe in the Catholic doctrine of Holy Communion.

GS Texas:If the RCC is not cognizant of my beliefs then I am not considered anathema by the RCC.

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News Item5/18/14 9:28 PM
Shane | socal  Find all comments by Shane
I'm confused john y... is your name john or George?
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News Item5/18/14 5:05 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Rather simple GSTexas, if one keeps his heretical beliefs secret from the Romish Church and go through the ineffectual motions of taking The Sacraments of the Romish Church this is all that counts to getting one into heaven. As a bonus if a Catholic wears a Scapular he won't go to hell, and will pop out of Purgatory, barely getting singed.

We had a fine Catholic gentleman from Australia, Lance, who checked into SA, he admitted to wearing this fetish. I not only hope he gave up that as the Roman Church as well, one always hope that a member of the Romish church will actually see that excommunication is a great honor to a Christian that he has been thrown out of Satan's stronghold. Just think, John Y., you could stand by such great man as Martin Luther, if you got excommunicated

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News Item5/18/14 5:04 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
GSTexas wrote:
How can you say there is no grounds for excommunication, when your beliefs are considered ananthema by the RCC?
You got to follow the logic. If I am having an affair but my wife is not cognizant of it, then it is not an affair. If I am stealing from my employer but they don't know I don't believe in being honest, then it is not stealing. If I practice Roman Catholicism but the church is not cognizant that I don't believe in what I practice then I am not anathema.

Sorry, the RCC is anathema and John Y is cognizant of that and chooses to do everything they say is needed for the salvation of his soul. It is very disheartening, may God be merciful to him and us and bring him unto the truth that will set him free.

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News Item5/18/14 12:20 PM
GSTexas  Find all comments by GSTexas
How can you say there is no grounds for excommunication, when your beliefs are considered ananthema by the RCC?
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News Item5/18/14 9:23 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., no it is yourself who has rejected Christianity. Like UPS, I do thank you for your honesty. Is A Catholic Christian An Oxymoron? (Yes!) and Is the One True Church Roman Catholic? (No!)
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News Item5/18/14 9:14 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
I am not willing to be excommunicated from the Catholic Church because there are no grounds for excommunication.
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Thanks for your honesty. There it is for all to see. Your hope of eternal life in heaven is bound to the RCC.
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News Item5/18/14 5:04 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
John, thanks for your response. Think of my scenario as a Merrill Lynch question,
what if, leave out the realm of probability, just say you are face to face with excommunication, would you choose that or tell the priest you denounce all your posts????
Or just answer the question would you be willing to be excommunicated from the Catholic church?
I am not willing to be excommunicated from the Catholic Church because there are no grounds for excommunication.

Jim Lincoln: Again with your unscriptural belief that it is required for salvation and entering Heaven that one who has embraced Jesus as their Savior and trusts in Him alone for salvation has to leave the Catholic Church or another Non Evangelical Church or they are not really saved. Jesus stated the only requirement for salvation and entering Heaven is to become Born Again which according to the Bible and Baptist teaching means to embrace Jesus as ones Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation without anything else being involved including church attendance in any church.

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News Item5/17/14 5:12 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., read UPS's post below, I would be most curious myself, but to show that you believe give us evidence when you Come Out Of The Catholic Church.

Again, UPS.

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News Item5/17/14 3:07 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
I post on CARM forums as George Yurich. The posts I have made on CARM forums are under Roman Catholicism forum to tell Catholics about the way to become saved, under Judaism forum to tell the Jews how to become saved, under Islam forum to tell Muslims how to become saved and under Buddhism forum to tell Buddhists how to become saved. Since I don't post on here under my real name then my priest would have no way of knowing that a member of his parish has made those statements.
John, thanks for your response. Think of my scenario as a Merrill Lynch question,
what if, leave out the realm of probability, just say you are face to face with excommunication, would you choose that or tell the priest you denounce all your posts????

Or just answer the question would you be willing to be excommunicated from the Catholic church?

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News Item5/17/14 1:27 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
takeheedthatnomandeceiveyou wrote:
U.S. asked a great and valid question, but understand JY it is a 'scenario'. Suppose your Priest did find out that you are JY...so you CAN answer U.S.'s question, go on
Suppose your RC priest asked you to do a confession as he thought you had a guilty secret and a split personality
To be fair (due to the number of posts about your 'protestant' evangelical brother and dodging the questions) you sound like an ecumenical 'religious' robot stuck on repeat and surely can only fellowship with other robots:
Robot
Off to Robot church
I would refuse to communicate with the priest about anything. And no priest can make a Catholic go to confession. So that scenario is not realistic.
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News Item5/17/14 1:13 PM
takeheedthatnomandeceiveyou  Find all comments by takeheedthatnomandeceiveyou
John Yurich USA wrote:
Since I don't post on here under my real name then my priest would have no way of knowing that a member of his parish has made those statements.
U.S. asked a great and valid question, but understand JY it is a 'scenario'. Suppose your Priest did find out that you are JY...so you CAN answer U.S.'s question, go on

Suppose your RC priest asked you to do a confession as he thought you had a guilty secret and a split personality

To be fair (due to the number of posts about your 'protestant' evangelical brother and dodging the questions) you sound like an ecumenical 'religious' robot stuck on repeat and surely can only fellowship with other robots:

Robot

Off to Robot church

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News Item5/17/14 12:41 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Oh thanks, is there a particular article where we would see that, do you go by John Yurich there?
Also, learn from Jim from Lincoln. Once a new day starts you can post in the thread again even if you were the last one to post.
Got a scenario I would appreciate if you would answer. If at the end of the service your priest called you into his office. He has several pages of comments he printed out from SermonAudio. He states that someone tipped him off and he finds that you have stated several times you don't believe in the basic tenets of RCC. He informs you that unless you recant all your statements you will be excommunicated from the church
What answer do you give him? Would you be willing to be excommunicated from the RCC?
I post on CARM forums as George Yurich. The posts I have made on CARM forums are under Roman Catholicism forum to tell Catholics about the way to become saved, under Judaism forum to tell the Jews how to become saved, under Islam forum to tell Muslims how to become saved and under Buddhism forum to tell Buddhists how to become saved. Since I don't post on here under my real name then my priest would have no way of knowing that a member of his parish has made those statements.
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News Item5/17/14 6:53 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
John Yurich Wrote:
"Almost everyday I am preaching to Catholics and others on discussion forums that the way to become saved is to embrace Jesus as Savior and trust in Him alone for salvation, which means I am spreading the Gospel of Jesus via written communication."

That's good. Rather than just stating thay they need to embrace Christ, etc, though, they need to know what doctrines are false, why they're false, and what it means to continue in them. I would copy and paste YouTube links which point to the testimonies of ex-priests. These are great tools because they give great bible based examples of why they had to leave the church after decades of faithful service.

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News Item5/16/14 8:31 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich USA wrote:
I am on CARM discussion forum where I post to the Catholic forum. ..
Oh thanks, is there a particular article where we would see that, do you go by John Yurich there?

Also, learn from Jim from Lincoln. Once a new day starts you can post in the thread again even if you were the last one to post.

Got a scenario I would appreciate if you would answer. If at the end of the service your priest called you into his office. He has several pages of comments he printed out from SermonAudio. He states that someone tipped him off and he finds that you have stated several times you don't believe in the basic tenets of RCC. He informs you that unless you recant all your statements you will be excommunicated from the church

What answer do you give him? Would you be willing to be excommunicated from the RCC?

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