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Gay pride rally in Georgia derailed

Thousands of anti-gay protesters, including Orthodox priests, occupied a central street in Georgia's capital Friday, with some threatening to lash with stinging nettles any participant in a gay pride parade which was to take place there.

Police in Tbilisi guarded several dozen gay activists and bused them out of the city center shortly after they arrived at the gathering. Those occupying the street held posters reading "We don't need Sodom and Gomorrah!" and "Democracy does not equal immorality!"

Police, however, failed to prevent scuffles, which resulted in 16 people getting injured, the ambulance service said. ...


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SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Sayin wrote:
So you keep saying. But getting your lies from Roman Catholic sources gives you no credibility here.
You live up to your nickname, as REAL Christians discard lies from ANY source. You discard these verifyable quotes because they ARE TRUE, from an RCC scholar and shed light on the dark world you live in.
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News Item5/21/13 1:55 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Lurker wrote:
From the same article....
"Yes, we baptize babies. Unmistakably Scriptural proof substantiates that doctrine. Christian history, unbroken and uninterrupted. reflects such practice in each generation. Conscientious Christians do not delay but hasten with their children to Baptism that they may received the gift of salvation and regeneration and gratefully embrace the Apostle’s affirmation extended to those of all age groups: "For as many of you as have been baptized have put on Christ" (Galatians 3: 27)."
At least this fellow is honest enough to confess that infant baptism imparts salvation and regeneration by the putting on of Christ. So what need of the gospel Paul preached.... the power of God unto salvation?
Hey fellow ember! My guess is none of the baptismal regeneration crowd will respond to your excellent comment, but then who knows? Good for you and thanks! It was a blessing to me and I'm sure to others. I call them Roman/Protestants.

1 Cor 1:17 is also an excellent scripture.

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News Item5/21/13 1:43 PM
Sayin  Find all comments by Sayin
SteveR wrote:
Do I need to remind people here of atrocities committed by Catholics against Protestants? I hope everyone here knows them well. Its just foolosh to only remember those & ignore that Protestants REPAID the favor to not only Catholics but EACH other
So you keep saying. But getting your lies from Roman Catholic sources gives you no credibility here.
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News Item5/21/13 1:01 PM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Unproifitable Servant wrote:
Not sure why you are quoting a Catholic priest with an agenda as a reliable source.
. When you start decrying the over 1000 years of Catholic persecution, raping of women, burning of villages, torture, and unmentionable abuses, then we will see that you are balanced in your approach. No one is this forum has ever, that I have seen, stood up in favor of violence in the name of Christ. So, I am not sure what point you are trying to prove. I suggest that if you have not that you take the time to read Foxes Book of Martyrs, it is available in mp3 format on this site (different readers, some good some not so good) or online at many sites instead of a misguided Catholic priest defending Catholicism
Do I need to remind people here of atrocities committed by Catholics against Protestants? I hope everyone here knows them well. Its just foolosh to only remember those & ignore that Protestants REPAID the favor to not only Catholics but EACH other
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News Item5/21/13 12:33 PM
Unproifitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unproifitable Servant
SteveR wrote:
Janssen used quotes .....
Not sure why you are quoting a Catholic priest with an agenda as a reliable source.
. When you start decrying the over 1000 years of Catholic persecution, raping of women, burning of villages, torture, and unmentionable abuses, then we will see that you are balanced in your approach. No one is this forum has ever, that I have seen, stood up in favor of violence in the name of Christ. So, I am not sure what point you are trying to prove. I suggest that if you have not that you take the time to read Foxes Book of Martyrs, it is available in mp3 format on this site (different readers, some good some not so good) or online at many sites instead of a misguided Catholic priest defending Catholicism
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News Item5/21/13 12:30 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
Polycarp did not claim to be 86 when he was martyred. He said that he served the Lord 86 years.

"Polycarp had to have been older than 86 when he died to have possibly been appointed a bishop by any of the original apostles, especially if this happened when Polycarp was around age forty. Notice what Coptic Orthodox Bishop Youssef has claimed:"

"Polycarp...Appointed to be Bishop of the See of Smyrna by the Apostles themselves, at the age of 40, he provides us with an important link in our long historical chain of Orthodox tradition clasping together the Apostles and the Second Century Church. (Youssef HG, Bishop. St. Polycarp the Blessed Peacemaker. Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States."

Just think about it, if the Lord leads you to do that.

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News Item5/21/13 11:28 AM
nomenclature  Find all comments by nomenclature
John UK wrote:
I have to go out, but I just wanted to say that I shall not be responding to any more anonymous posters by name. I shall ignore you and still post a response
How can an anonymous poster be responded to by name?
How can you ignore them yet post a respopnse?
Why should we obey the mighty John UK when the site accepts the alternative?
Is John UK the new boss around here?
Demanding this inovation of others is just not Christian.

________________

ps; Polycarp did not live to 104.
He died at 86 as many historic statements acknowledge.
Is this yet another "Baptist" ReWrite of history???

"Roman proconsul took pity on such a gentle old man and urged Polycarp to proclaim, "Caesar is Lord". If only Polycarp would make this declaration and offer a small pinch of incense to Caesar's statue he would escape torture and death. To this Polycarp responded, "Eighty-six years I have served Christ, and He never did me any wrong. How can I blaspheme my King who saved me?" Steadfast in his stand for Christ, Polycarp refused to compromise his beliefs, and thus, was burned alive at the stake." (polycarp.net)

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News Item5/21/13 11:19 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
I have to go out, but I just wanted to say that I shall not be responding to any more anonymous posters by name. I shall ignore you and still post a response. If you want to enter into dialogue, and show Christian etiquette, please choose a moniker and stick to it.

Even Polycarp the non-trinitarian was not ashamed to have his name up when he went to Rome to fight the heretics!

Honestly!

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News Item5/21/13 11:11 AM
no  Find all comments by no
Lurker wrote:
At least this fellow is honest enough to confess that infant baptism imparts salvation and regeneration by the putting on of Christ. So what need of the gospel Paul preached.... the power of God unto salvation?

That is not the sense of his words.
You need to read the words more closely.

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News Item5/21/13 11:06 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
shine on wrote:
Shining some light ...
The Early Church
Polycarp (69-155), a disciple of the Apostle John, was baptized as an infant. This enabled him to say at his martyrdom. "Eighty and six years have I served the Lord Christ" (Martyrdom of Polycarp 9: 3).
Misinformation.

"Thus, if Polycarp lived to be 104, then he was baptized at age 18, and not baptized as an infant."

Polycarp of Smyrna

I do wish people would get their facts straight.

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News Item5/21/13 10:51 AM
Sayin  Find all comments by Sayin
SteveR wrote:
SermonAudio doesnt allow enough bandwith to journal a fraction of this wickedness in Germany alone, let alone of all of the Reformation. Schoolchildren know these facts, so Im not surprised you dispute it.
What makes these Protestant persecutions specially revolting is the fact that they are absolutely inconsistent with the primary doctrine of Protestantism
Just more lies!
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News Item5/21/13 10:50 AM
Lurker  Protected NameFind all comments by Lurker
shine on wrote:
Shining some light ...
Dennis Kastens
From the same article....

"Yes, we baptize babies. Unmistakably Scriptural proof substantiates that doctrine. Christian history, unbroken and uninterrupted. reflects such practice in each generation. Conscientious Christians do not delay but hasten with their children to Baptism that they may received the gift of salvation and regeneration and gratefully embrace the Apostle’s affirmation extended to those of all age groups: "For as many of you as have been baptized have put on Christ" (Galatians 3: 27)."

At least this fellow is honest enough to confess that infant baptism imparts salvation and regeneration by the putting on of Christ. So what need of the gospel Paul preached.... the power of God unto salvation?

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News Item5/21/13 10:21 AM
shine on  Find all comments by shine on
John UK wrote:
Sure, it is a great kindness to shine some light into a person's darkened life
Shining some light ...

"From the beginning of New Testament Christianity at the Feast of Pentecost (Acts 2: 38-39) to our time, unbroken and uninterrupted; the church has baptized babies. Entire households (Jewish, proselytes and Gentiles) were baptized by Christ’s original 12 Apostles (I Corinthians 1: 16; Acts 11: 14, 16: 15, 33, 18: 8) and that practice has continued with each generation.

The Early Church

Polycarp (69-155), a disciple of the Apostle John, was baptized as an infant. This enabled him to say at his martyrdom. "Eighty and six years have I served the Lord Christ" (Martyrdom of Polycarp 9: 3). Justin Martyr (100 - 166) of the next generation states about the year 150, "Many, both men and women, who have been Christ’s disciples since childhood, remain pure at the age of sixty or seventy years" (Apology 1: 15). Further, in his Dialog with Trypho the Jew, Justin Martyr states that Baptism is the circumcision of the New Testament."
Dennis Kastens

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News Item5/21/13 9:49 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Sayin wrote:
His work was on the German people, not specifically about the German Reformation.
No sources! What a surprise.
Who would believe a Roman Catholic priest who was made domestic prelate to the pope?!!
SermonAudio doesnt allow enough bandwith to journal a fraction of this wickedness in Germany alone, let alone of all of the Reformation. Schoolchildren know these facts, so Im not surprised you dispute it.

What makes these Protestant persecutions specially revolting is the fact that they are absolutely inconsistent with the primary doctrine of Protestantism

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News Item5/21/13 9:38 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
SteveR wrote:
You call Observers posts 'kindness??'
Sure, it is a great kindness to shine some light into a person's darkened life and give them an opportuntity to repent of their lying.

If you have a problem with Observer, you must take it up with him, not try to turn his friends against him. That is a trait of the devil, to turn the saints against one another. And he will not succeed with me, so if you cease playing devil's advocate it will be better for you.

If you have a problem with me and what I personally have posted, quote the post and show me any error of attitude. Vague accusations I have no truck with, as that is another trait of the devil.

p.s. I hate the devil.

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News Item5/21/13 9:26 AM
Sayin  Find all comments by Sayin
SteveR wrote:
Janssen used quotes like this as proof writing his 16 vols of German Reformation history and little has changed..
His work was on the German people, not specifically about the German Reformation.

No sources! What a surprise.

Who would believe a Roman Catholic priest who was made domestic prelate to the pope?!!

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News Item5/21/13 8:57 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
Sayin wrote:
More Roman Catholic lies!
Janssen used quotes like this as proof writing his 16 vols of German Reformation history and little has changed

Lutherans on Zwingli
""I will not read the works of these people, because they are out of the Church, and are not only damned themselves, but draw many miserable creatures after them."

"Zwingli was an offspring of hell, an associate of Arius (13), a man who did not deserve to be prayed for . . ."

Zwingli, returns the compliment
"The devil has made himself master of Luther, to such a degree, as to make one believe he wishes to gain entire possession of him."
"To see him in the midst of his followers, you would believe him to be possessed by a phalanx of devils."

"We do you no injustice when we reproach and condemn you as a worse betrayer and denier of Christ than the ancient heretic Marcion (16)."
Zwingli's Church of Zurich wrote of Luther:

"He will not and can not associate himself with those who confess Christ . . . He wrote all his works by the impulse and the dictation of the devil."
Luther on Calvin and Oecolampadius

"Oecolampadius, Calvin . . . and the other heretics have in-deviled, through-deviled, over-deviled, corrupt hearts and lying mouths."

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News Item5/21/13 8:49 AM
Sayin  Find all comments by Sayin
SteveR wrote:
. . . Cursing and blaspheming were as frequent as praying was rare."
More Roman Catholic lies! Prove it!
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News Item5/21/13 8:45 AM
SteveR  Find all comments by SteveR
John UK wrote:
Feel better now?
Observer put in a lot of effort to help you see that your own people - Presby theologians - maintained that baptism was from the beginning, by immersion. I regard that as an act of kindness,
You call Observers posts 'kindness??' So sad that history keeps repeating

Janssen
""The Protestant sects derided each other in just as immoderate and undignified a way as they one and all derided the papacy . . . Cursing and blaspheming were as frequent as praying was rare."

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News Item5/21/13 8:35 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Hey, Mr B...pretty good...now...ha-ha. Man, I can go on some rants but always regret it later, right or wrong. Pride is a hard thing to get under control...I think that's what it is anyway.
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