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FAU student says he was suspended for not 'stepping on Jesus'

A student at Florida Atlantic University's campus in Davie says he couldn't believe what he and his fellow students were asked to do by their instructor three weeks ago.

Ryan Rotela, a junior from Coral Springs at FAU, said what happened was an insult to his intelligence.

He said the instructor in his Intercultural Communications class at FAU told everyone in the class to take out a piece of paper, write the word JESUS on it in bold letters, and then put the paper on the floor and stomp on it. ...


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beneathere done that  Find all comments by beneathere done that
M Lloyd-Jones wrote:
The Roman Catholic System
What, then, are we looking at? We are looking at a system; and I would not hesitate to assert that this system, known as Roman Catholicism, is the devil’s greatest masterpiece! It is such a departure from the Christian faith and the New Testament teaching, that I would not hesitate with the Reformers of the sixteenth century to describe it as “apostasy.”
Well read
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News Item3/27/13 5:56 PM
M Lloyd-Jones  Find all comments by M Lloyd-Jones
The Roman Catholic System

What, then, are we looking at? We are looking at a system; and I would not hesitate to assert that this system, known as Roman Catholicism, is the devil’s greatest masterpiece! It is such a departure from the Christian faith and the New Testament teaching, that I would not hesitate with the Reformers of the sixteenth century to describe it as “apostasy.”

It is indeed a form of the antichrist, and it is to be rejected, it is to be denounced; but above all it is to be countered. And there is only one thing that can counter it, as I said at the beginning, and that is a Biblical, doctrinal Christianity. A Christianity that just preaches “Come to Christ” or “Come to Jesus” cannot stand before Rome for a second. Probably what that will do ultimately will be to add to the numbers belonging to Rome. ...We must warn them. There is only one teaching, one power, that can stand against this horrible counterfeit; it is what is called here “the whole armor of God.” It is a Biblical, doctrinal, theological presentation of the New Testament truth. That was how it was done in the sixteenth century. Luther was not just a superficial evangelist, he was a mighty theologian; so was Calvin....

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News Item3/27/13 5:53 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
beneath wrote:
I have only now joined this debate. So no change of moniker here.
Are you afraid to acknowledge as Lloyd-Jones suggests that there may be real believers in the RCC but who may not be "theologically" proficient enough to perceive the errors of Rome?
Aha! So you will stick to this moniker while we debate and discourse? Goodo!

Now you tell me why God should not call his elect in the situation they were found? Can he call a pot smoker while he's smoking a joint? Can he convert a criminal while he's planning a getaway for a big robbery (like Willy Mullan)? Can he speak to a sinner who is posting on this forum? Can he save a sinner who is a member of the Mormon Church? Is anything too hard for the Lord? Is he restricted by the adamic-natured sinners he speaks to? Can he raise some of the the dead, and leave others in death? Can he decide whom to save, and whom to leave in their sins?

What advice would you give to a sinner whom God called and saved while in the Mormon Church, and who came to you asking advice about whether or not to stay there, or should he seek somewhere else to worship?

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News Item3/27/13 5:51 PM
beneathere done that  Find all comments by beneathere done that
beneath wrote:
Are you afraid to acknowledge as Lloyd-Jones suggests that there may be real believers in the RCC but who may not be "theologically" proficient enough to perceive the errors of Rome?
Are you afraid to acknowledge that Lloyd-Jones said much more than that directly about the RCC?

http://www.sounddoctrine.net/LIBRARY/Romanism/Romanism_MJones.htm

John UK wrote:
I believe that there is a medical condition for someone who has to keep changing his name.
There is, but they keep changing the name of it.
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News Item3/27/13 5:44 PM
Byeeeeeee  Find all comments by Byeeeeeee
Dustinthewind wrote:
I have found neither grace nor mercy here. The Word says shake the dust.
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News Item3/27/13 5:43 PM
beneath  Find all comments by beneath
Found you out wrote:
Hey SteveR, you've been busy. Must have taken you a long time to find something like that from a reformed preacher.
Do you believe that Romanism can save anyone?
I am NOT SteveR.

John UK wrote:
I believe that there is a medical condition for someone who has to keep changing his name.
I have only now joined this debate. So no change of moniker here.

Are you afraid to acknowledge as Lloyd-Jones suggests that there may be real believers in the RCC but who may not be "theologically" proficient enough to perceive the errors of Rome?

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News Item3/27/13 5:42 PM
Dustinthewind  Find all comments by Dustinthewind
Christopher000 wrote:
By the way, I have learned much here, have had some things corrected, and have much to learn and try to comprehend.
Bottomline though is that I don't take anyones instruction, insight, or opinion and run with it...ever. No matter how mature any Christian may be, the Bible is always my final authority, as it shouldbe for each and every BBible believing, God fearing person. Unfortunately though, many choose to believe in whatever comes out from the mouths of sinful men; never comparing what they have been taught to scripture.
Have a nice night...
Christopher000 wrote:
By the way, I have learned much here, have had some things corrected, and have much to learn and try to comprehend.
Bottomline though is that I don't take anyones instruction, insight, or opinion and run with it...ever. No matter how mature any Christian may be, the Bible is always my final authority, as it shouldbe for each and every BBible believing, God fearing person. Unfortunately though, many choose to believe in whatever comes out from the mouths of sinful men; never comparing what they have been taught to scripture.
Have a nice night...
I have found neither grace nor mercy here. The Word says shake the dust.
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News Item3/27/13 5:25 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
By the way, I have learned much here, have had some things corrected, and have much to learn and try to comprehend.
Bottomline though is that I don't take anyones instruction, insight, or opinion and run with it...ever. No matter how mature any Christian may be, the Bible is always my final authority, as it shouldbe for each and every BBible believing, God fearing person. Unfortunately though, many choose to believe in whatever comes out from the mouths of sinful men; never comparing what they have been taught to scripture.
Have a nice night...
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News Item3/27/13 5:22 PM
Found you out  Find all comments by Found you out
Grace wrote:
Listen to some of the sermons on this site concerning mercy, grace, forgiveness if you really want to learn. For some reason you just come here to listen to these guys.
I don't believe any of you here. You all support each others abuse of others. Your churches must be awful.
Why would anyone believe any of you once they see through you?
How about confession SteveR. Do you confess regularly to a RCC priest? Sure you do. Its called cheap grace!

Do you take part in the Mass and believe that Christ is sacrificed afresh? - no sin there is there? Sure no.

And you believe the RCC sacraments save? Sure you do?

Do you believe in justification by faith alone. Sure you don't.

You believe the Pope is the Vicar of Christ and is infallible when speaking ex-cathedra. Of course you do.

You believe in the immaculate conception of the virgin Mary? Sure you do.

Are you a Jesuit looking to convert the regenerate to the RCC. OF course you are.

Prefer the devils company to Gods. Sure you do.

How am I doing?

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News Item3/27/13 5:19 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Ok, thanks Grace.
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News Item3/27/13 5:16 PM
Grace  Find all comments by Grace
Christopher000 wrote:
I wonder each night if I have to specifically remember each and every sin or if I can cover them all with "please forgive me for me sins". This always bothers me because I wonder if I have sinned but am not aware of it at times.
Anyway, sorry for the incessant posting frenzy...ha-ha.
The equation is Grace upon Grace. Mercy upon Mercy.

Your state of mind is tragic. Its called spiritual abuse Chris. Your worry over past sins not confessed is a tragedy. You are limiting mercy and grace. Clearly you don't understand it.
Listen to some of the sermons on this site concerning mercy, grace, forgiveness if you really want to learn. For some reason you just come here to listen to these guys.

I don't believe any of you here. You all support each others abuse of others. Your churches must be awful.

Why would anyone believe any of you once they see through you?

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News Item3/27/13 5:12 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
beneath wrote:
John. Do you believe that there are Christians in the Roman Catholic church?
I believe that there is a medical condition for someone who has to keep changing his name.

If you want to dialogue seriously, please be more serious and stick to your real moniker. Are you willing?

Now in order to answer your question, I have to understand what you mean by "Christian", and how that person became a "Christian.

There are professing Christians, and there are genuine Christians. We must firstly define our terms. Do you classify yourself as a "Christian"? How did that come about?

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News Item3/27/13 4:48 PM
Found you out  Find all comments by Found you out
beneath wrote:
"There are, of course, individuals who are both Roman Catholics and Christians. You can be a Christian and yet be a Roman Catholic....." (Dr Martyn LLoyd-Jones)
Hey SteveR, you've been busy. Must have taken you a long time to find something like that from a reformed preacher.

Do you believe that Romanism can save anyone?

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News Item3/27/13 4:41 PM
beneath  Find all comments by beneath
John UK wrote:
without a single convert.
John. Do you believe that there are Christians in the Roman Catholic church?

"There are, of course, individuals who are both Roman Catholics and Christians. You can be a Christian and yet be a Roman Catholic. My whole object is to try to show that such people are Christians in spite of the system to which they belong, and not because of it. But let us be clear about this; it is possible to be an individual Christian in the Roman Catholic Church. I am not considering individuals, nor am I considering the matter mainly from the political standpoint. I do not mean for a moment by that that the political aspect is not important. I have just been giving evidence to show that it can be tremendously important. We know the record of the history of this institution, we know what happens politically, we know its claim to be a political power, and therefore even from that aspect it is important. But I am not concerned about that now. That is the business of Christian laymen, it seems to me, and Christian statesmen. I am concerned rather with the spiritual aspect, because that is the thing which the apostle Paul puts before our minds." (Dr Martyn LLoyd-Jones)

www.ianpaisley.org/article.asp?ArtKey=lloydjones

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News Item3/27/13 4:15 PM
PNM | Memory Lane  Find all comments by PNM
Christopher000 wrote:
Anyway, sorry for the incessant posting frenzy...ha-ha.
4/5/04 5:33 PM
P. N. Mazar | Minnesota

BH: If a church has stated in their doctrines of beliefs that they believe in the Deity of Christ then they are not denying the Deity of Christ. You have got some nerve criticizing Billy Graham. Graham is a better Baptist minister then most Baptist ministers. Martin Luther received Jesus as personal savior but started the Lutheran Church retaining most Catholic doctrines including Infant Baptism, Confirmation and a liturgical worship service and Luther did not lose his salvation. What difference does it make what church someone attends after they have received Jesus as their personl savior? As long as they disregard the unscriptural doctrines and adhere to the scriptural doctrines it should not make any difference.

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News Item3/27/13 4:01 PM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
So Be It wrote:
John Y: Jeremiah 11:15
John UK: 1 Tim 4:2
Everyone else, and the silent on-lookers.
Ezekial 7: 1-21.
@ Chris: Fact upon fact upon fact.
No change. Ten years.
These guys have a serious addiction problem mate.
If that post was written by a godly man, I'll eat my laptop.
_________

For the saints: Godly Noah preached the gospel for over 100 years before the flood without a single convert.

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News Item3/27/13 3:59 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I wonder each night if I have to specifically remember each and every sin or if I can cover them all with "please forgive me for me sins". This always bothers me because I wonder if I have sinned but am not aware of it at times.

Anyway, sorry for the incessant posting frenzy...ha-ha.

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News Item3/27/13 3:51 PM
Albert Cop-Show  Find all comments by Albert Cop-Show
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
Hey John, thanks for your response. Would you be so kind as to give the response with the date and time that shows someone advising you that you have to attend a Evangelical Protestant Church in order for you to be saved?
7/2/04 3:25 PM
Albert Køpshø from USA

If a Catholic receives Jesus as their personal savior they can continue being a practicing Catholic. All they have to do is disregard the unscriptural doctrines and adhere to the scriptural doctrines of the Catholic Church, pay attention only to the scriptural parts of the Mass like the Penitential Rite, Apostles-Nicene Creed, readings from the Bible, prayers to Jesus and the Lord's Prayer. They can also every night when they go to bed rededicate their life to Jesus and ask Him to forgive any sins that they may have committed during the day. It really makes no difference what church someone attends after they have received Jesus as personal savior. Just as long as the church adheres to the doctrine of the Deity of Christ.

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News Item3/27/13 3:49 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
By "addiction", do you mean an addiction speaking out against the church of Rome? I'm lost.
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News Item3/27/13 3:48 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Oh, those don't sound good. Am I missing something and doing something wrong by speaking out against the false doctrines of the Roman church or going about it the wrong way?
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