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THURSDAY, AUG 21, 2014  |  106 comments
Pope Francis Says Radical Islam Must Be Stopped
Pope Francis has stated that the international community must stop Islamic State militants on their quest for power and influence. The Pope says that it is the responsibility of all nations to unite against the extremists, not just one country to fight the evil alone.

Francis did not say outright that airstrikes and bombs were the correct method to stop Islamic extremism, but he did not condemn the method either.

"In these cases, where there is an unjust aggression, I can only say that it is legitimate to stop the unjust aggressor," Francis said. ...


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SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
James Thomas wrote:
My question is specifically about the Pope, not people on this board or anyone else for that matter. The Pope.
From your understanding...
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?
Is RC tradition equally authoritative?
What do I do? Like every other fine Christian I ignore him when he does that.

btw: Dont even honour him by calling him the Pope. His legitimate title is the Bishop of Rome. Our duty is to exhort Catholics to seek a form of worship that is more pleasing to God than the RCC tradition, especially when the Bishop and his Vatican friends raise Papal decrees above the special revelation of Scripture

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News Item9/4/14 4:17 PM
James Thomas | Florida  Find all comments by James Thomas
SteveR wrote:
If you hang around this board, you will see Christians of all stripes like to speak new doctrine into being. Its unfortunate and not authoritative. Not everyone is Blessed enough to understand Reformed Doctrine.
My question is specifically about the Pope, not people on this board or anyone else for that matter. The Pope.

From your understanding...
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?
Is RC tradition equally authoritative?

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News Item9/4/14 3:56 PM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
SteveR wrote:
If you hang around this board, you will see Christians of all stripes like to speak new doctrine into being. Its unfortunate and not authoritative. Not everyone is Blessed enough to understand Reformed Doctrine.
I would far rather the Spirit of God open my eyes to behold wondrous things from the Word of God, than have your "understanding" of Reformed doctrines. The verses don't say preach the WCF, be instant in season or all WCF is profitable for doctrine, for reproof for correction, for instruction in righteousness.
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News Item9/4/14 3:33 PM
Lie Detection  Find all comments by Lie Detection
SteveR wrote:
If you hang around this board, you will see Christians of all stripes like to speak new doctrine into being. Its unfortunate and not authoritative. Not everyone is Blessed enough to understand Reformed Doctrine.
Shameless liar!
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News Item9/4/14 3:06 PM
SteveR | Mt Zion  Find all comments by SteveR
James Thomas wrote:
SteveR,
From your understanding...
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?
Is RC tradition is equally authoritative?
If you hang around this board, you will see Christians of all stripes like to speak new doctrine into being. Its unfortunate and not authoritative. Not everyone is Blessed enough to understand Reformed Doctrine.
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News Item9/4/14 8:49 AM
James Thomas | Florida  Find all comments by James Thomas
SteveR,
From your understanding...
What do you do when the Pope speaks into existence new dogma which contradicts Scripture?

Is RC tradition is equally authoritative?

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News Item8/28/14 5:41 AM
Observer | USA  Find all comments by Observer
John Yurich USA wrote:
You really are arrogant to state that I am not saved. The Bible states that salvation comes through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. Well I trust in Jesus alone for salvation. I sure don't trust in my Baptism as an infant and the Sacraments for salvation.
Saw this post yesterday, but was too tired to respond.

John, what d'ya know of God's dealing with your soul? What does he do for you on a daily basis? Explain to us something of the spiritual experiences that you have enjoyed since the day of your 'accepting Christ'. What effect does the word of God have on you? How come you are so ignorant of the word of God? Why are your posts completely devoid of any spiritual content?

I'll tell you John, that you are the arrogant one, for presuming to think that you are saved when there is little to no evidence of new life in your soul.

But, hey, we've been here before, and you've been here so many times you're sounding like a broken record.

To put this beyond doubt John, tell us all your 'conversion' testimony, and in what respects your entire world changed since your conversion. How are you a new creature in Christ?

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News Item8/28/14 1:24 AM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Find all comments by Rodney K.
John Yurich USA wrote:
Are you kidding with that nonsense that the RCC discourages Catholics from reading the Bible? I was not raised that way. I was raised by my parents to read the Bible daily. I was taught by the Catholic Church that reading the Bible is a good thing. Naturally I am referring to the biblical and historical Jesus whom I place my trust in alone for salvation. I am trusting Jesus Sacrifice on the Cross for salvation to enter Heaven.
John,

First, the former Catholics I know WERE discouraged from reading the Bible. If your experience was different, I'll just have to take your word for it. (William Tyndale and Martin Luther might see it differently.)

I'm glad you finally got around to mentioning the cross in regards to the Gospel. Christ's atonement was a complete and finished work. There is nothing we can add to improve upon what He has already done. HE saves US! Yet the RC"C" requires men to work to be justified with God. That is completely antithetical to the Gospel. Paul says that we should consider anyone who preaches a different gospel accursed (Galatians 1:8). I don't know how much more plain it could be. I'll let you have the last word as I can no longer find this thread on my phone.

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News Item8/27/14 2:51 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Only the https://www.jashow.org/wiki/index.php?title=The_Roman_Catholic_Bible(The Roman Catholic Bible), while this article covers the Apocrypha it makes no mention of the commentary, which I have no doubt is in every Roman Catholic Bible that has the http://xcjournal.org/the-errors-of-catholicism/imprimatur/(Imprimatur), which I will assume it usually means it will contain official Catholic meaning for interpreting many of the verses of the Bible. At least the Romish Bible I picked up at one time and can't seem to locate, I remember having that because it stuck out like sore thumb.
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News Item8/27/14 2:06 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Rodney K. wrote:
John,
The RC "church" teaches a false gospel of works-salvation, plain and simple. She has blinded the eyes of many to the truth of the Gospel. She also adds to the word of God while discouraging people from reading and studying it. (Only the priests can understand it don't you know?) It really doesn't matter if the RC"C" is right on some things (I'm thinking abortion, homosexuality), they are fundamentally flawed.
You keep saying that salvation is placing one's trust in Chris alone. I agree. But that is only part of the truth. IE: What "Jesus" are you referring to and what are we trusting Him for?
If you don't know what the Gospel is, how can you hope to know the counterfeit?
1Corinthians 15:1-4, 2Corinthians 5:21, Galatians 1:8
Are you kidding with that nonsense that the RCC discourages Catholics from reading the Bible? I was not raised that way. I was raised by my parents to read the Bible daily. I was taught by the Catholic Church that reading the Bible is a good thing. Naturally I am referring to the biblical and historical Jesus whom I place my trust in alone for salvation. I am trusting Jesus Sacrifice on the Cross for salvation to enter Heaven.
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News Item8/27/14 1:31 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Find all comments by Rodney K.
John Yurich USA wrote:
The fact is that there are scriptural aspects of Catholicism and thus it is false to state the whole of Catholicism is false. The gospel according to the Bible is that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation by embracing Him as ones Personal Lord and Savior.
John,
The RC "church" teaches a false gospel of works-salvation, plain and simple. She has blinded the eyes of many to the truth of the Gospel. She also adds to the word of God while discouraging people from reading and studying it. (Only the priests can understand it don't you know?) It really doesn't matter if the RC"C" is right on some things (I'm thinking abortion, homosexuality), they are fundamentally flawed.

You keep saying that salvation is placing one's trust in Chris alone. I agree. But that is only part of the truth. IE: What "Jesus" are you referring to and what are we trusting Him for?

If you don't know what the Gospel is, how can you hope to know the counterfeit?

1Corinthians 15:1-4, 2Corinthians 5:21, Galatians 1:8

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News Item8/27/14 8:09 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
John, you work very hard to point out the good piece of fruit that you found on an otherwise rotten tree, but seem to ignore that every other piece of fruit is rotted. Before jumping for joy over finding that one good piece of fruit, I would stop to wonder why every other piece has gone sour. Even though it looks perfectly fresh and good for eating, I would think that something just doesn't seem right as I ponder the general state of the rest of the tree and its fruit.
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News Item8/27/14 7:59 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Rodney K. wrote:
John, Roman Catholicism is a graceless religion. It is indefensible. I ask again, what is the gospel? (1Corinthians15:1-4)
The fact is that there are scriptural aspects of Catholicism and thus it is false to state the whole of Catholicism is false. The gospel according to the Bible is that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation by embracing Him as ones Personal Lord and Savior.
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News Item8/27/14 7:55 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I've come to realize that John knows what's wrong with the church of Rome for the most part, but is unaware of many other false doctrines they teach at the same time. John ignores those things that he is aware are wrong and pretends they are not happening, but theproblem is that the mass itself is an abomination and slap in the face of Christ. Church doctrine states that His once and for all sacrifice was not sufficiet to cover all future sin and they pronounce eternal curses if one believes otherwise. These resacrifices are literal, hence transubstantiation, and worship of the host, after a priest orders Christ out from Heaven and into a wafer. Embracing Christ is much more than reciting some words and telling people your saved. Evidence speaks to the truth of any words uttered. I can tell people I'm a pro snowboarder, but if I can't even stay up going down a bunny hill, then I'm fooling myself and the lack of evidence exposes me.
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News Item8/27/14 6:33 AM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Find all comments by Rodney K.
John Yurich USA wrote:
Well since there are scriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism then it is false to state the whole of Roman Catholicism is false. I only defend the scriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism. I reject and repudiate the unscriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism. If I don't trust in Baptism and the Sacraments for salvation but trust only in Jesus for salvation then I am saved according to the Bible.
John, Roman Catholicism is a graceless religion. It is indefensible. I ask again, what is the gospel? (1Corinthians15:1-4)
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News Item8/27/14 5:26 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Rodney K. wrote:
John, I realize that this forum doesn't give much room for a reply for as vast a subject as the gospel. However, two sentences aren't sufficient to convince me that you know what the gospel is. I'm not asking for a perfect understanding - we are all continually gaining deeper insight into the Gospel of God's grace - but give me a little more than that.
My contention is this: IF you have truly been saved and IF you truly know what the gospel is and IF you truly know what Roman Catholicism is, then you MUST acknowledge Romanism to be a false religion. The fact that you strongly defend Rome is a glaring sign to me that you are ignorant to say the least.
Dear sir, I do not say this to be cruel. Rather, I implore you to learn the truth about God's glorious Gospel.
2Corinthians 5:21, 1Corinthians 15:1-4
Well since there are scriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism then it is false to state the whole of Roman Catholicism is false. I only defend the scriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism. I reject and repudiate the unscriptural aspects of Roman Catholicism. If I don't trust in Baptism and the Sacraments for salvation but trust only in Jesus for salvation then I am saved according to the Bible.
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News Item8/26/14 8:51 PM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Find all comments by Rodney K.
John Yurich USA wrote:
Rodney K., I most certainly do know what the gospel is. The gospel is that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. Like I stated above I trust in Jesus alone for salvation which is what the Bible states the way that salvation comes about.
John, I realize that this forum doesn't give much room for a reply for as vast a subject as the gospel. However, two sentences aren't sufficient to convince me that you know what the gospel is. I'm not asking for a perfect understanding - we are all continually gaining deeper insight into the Gospel of God's grace - but give me a little more than that.

My contention is this: IF you have truly been saved and IF you truly know what the gospel is and IF you truly know what Roman Catholicism is, then you MUST acknowledge Romanism to be a false religion. The fact that you strongly defend Rome is a glaring sign to me that you are ignorant to say the least.

Dear sir, I do not say this to be cruel. Rather, I implore you to learn the truth about God's glorious Gospel.

2Corinthians 5:21, 1Corinthians 15:1-4

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News Item8/26/14 8:02 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Observer wrote:
I'm a baptist. I believe the Bible, and I don't think you're saved! You're deluded, duped by false teaching, and confirmed in it by people who are also duped and uphold false teaching.
I have a Baptist friend who is an Independent Baptist and he was saved at 12 years old during an Altar Call at his Independent Baptist Church in the same manner that I was saved. You really are arrogant to state that I am not saved. The Bible states that salvation comes through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. Well I trust in Jesus alone for salvation. I sure don't trust in my Baptism as an infant and the Sacraments for salvation.

Rodney K., I most certainly do know what the gospel is. The gospel is that salvation comes only through trusting in Jesus alone for salvation. Like I stated above I trust in Jesus alone for salvation which is what the Bible states the way that salvation comes about.

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News Item8/26/14 7:05 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
"A saved individual can never be wrong because they are guided by the Holy Spirit in everything they do."

A very dangerous ideology and form of logic to live by. Anyone can claim to be born again and lead many down very dangerous roads which is exactly what we see happening today. God told me this, God told me that, and even though these.new.revelations don't line.up with God's Word, people follow blindly because the person is allegedly born again and can't be.wrong or deceived. When a person is proved wrong, it's easy.to say they were never saved.to begin with in order to hold onto that logic. Man is fallible and is prone to error and apostacy. Consider the question asked about Luthers hatred of the Jews when considering that, being guided by the Holy Spirit, he was incapable of error. Also consider other areas that Luther retained which were fully unbiblical.

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News Item8/26/14 6:34 AM
Rodney K. | Tennessee  Find all comments by Rodney K.
John Yurich USA wrote:
There is no mention of the words Protestant or Catholic in the Bible. But like or not there is a division in the churches between Catholic, Eastern Orthodox and Protestant. And Baptist teaching is derived from the Bible. So according to the Bible and Baptist teaching I am saved as I trust in Jesus alone for salvation.
John, I am a Baptist. That, however, is a term that covers a very wide spectrum of beliefs. So saying that you are a Baptist proves nothing to me. It does confirm my opinion that far to many Baptists are the ignorant.

John, do you know what the gospel is?

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