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FRONT PAGE  |  5/23/2015
MONDAY, JUN 4, 2012  |  27 comments  |  2 commentaries
Evangelicals and Catholics Together Getting Born Again
It has been nearly 20 years since leading Evangelical and Roman Catholic scholars in the United States signed an ecumenical document to deliver a common witness to the modern world. While everyone understands that there are still theological differences, "Evangelicals and Catholics Together" was an amazing effort in 1994 to reach out to one another in Christian love. One affirmation in that document stated: "All who accept Christ as Lord and Savior are brothers and sisters in Christ." This is most certainly true. ...

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He said this day would come  Find all comments by He said this day would come
Just Say No wrote:
Roman Catholicism
The Ecumenical movement has been planned and worked on for a long time. Making one common enemy that everyone can agree to come against is another tactic.
Rev 18:4
And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.
Salvation is in Christ alone (not Mary), who is seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven. The pope is not Jesus on earth, no priest has the power to bring Christ down and crucify Him again at every mass.
This article advocates for Christian unity (John 17):

"The true unity of the Christian faith is experienced by all "brothers and sisters" in God's family. Obviously, there are many children of God among the ranks of Catholics and evangelicals. That is not to say that every evangelical and every Catholic has faith in Christ....but for those who do, there is unity in the Spirit in this world and the next."

Surely you're not implying that SermonAudio.com, The Christian Post, this LCMS author and the Bible are complicit. But if so, better email the SA Breaking News Department, The Christian Post and this author to set them all straight.

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News Item6/4/12 12:44 PM
Just Say No  Find all comments by Just Say No
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The Ecumenical movement has been planned and worked on for a long time. Making one common enemy that everyone can agree to come against is another tactic.

Rev 18:4
And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.

Salvation is in Christ alone (not Mary), who is seated at the right hand of the Father in heaven. The pope is not Jesus on earth, no priest has the power to bring Christ down and crucify Him again at every mass.

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News Item6/4/12 8:46 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Michael Hranek wrote:
ECT by Necessity
No way!
If people dared face the reality of the Roman Catholic Religion as it really is the word of God would show them it is the Woman Riding the Beast of Revelation that is drunk with the blood of the Saints (those genuinely born again of the Spirit of God). It is blasphemously idolatrous, a sin of those who hate the Only True and Living God (btw CCC 841 say Catholics and Muslims adore the same god).
The much men need to learn is found in the Word of God NOT in what the ungodly twist it into to justify their sin.
Oh knock off this insanity that the Catholic Church is the church mentioned in the Book of Revelation. The church mentioned in the Book of Revelation is not one church but is comprised of all churches that deny that salvation comes only through embracing Jesus as ones Personal Lord and Savior.
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News Item6/4/12 7:17 AM
ECT Train  Find all comments by ECT Train
Since the "vast majority" of baptists are now moving beyond a "Calvinist reference point" and are working their way to salvation, it doesn't much matter if you label it Arminianism or Catholicism. Yes, Baptists have their own sins and idols. But where is this alleged unsearchable chasm separating Evangelicals and Catholics?

If we want to save traditional marriage and any semblance of religious freedom, somebody's going to have to get together. But if conservative Evangelicals and Catholics can't stand to be together in the same room, it'll be the liberals driving the train that finally dumps traditional marriage and destroys the family as they've been successfully doing for over 100 years.

Choo. Choo. All aboard.

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News Item6/4/12 4:59 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Protected NameFind all comments by Michael Hranek
ECT by Necessity wrote:
"Evangelicals and Catholics continue to get born again all over the world through faith in Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. There is much we can learn from one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We would be wise to follow the example of Chuck Colson and Richard John Neuhaus in this regard. God gave these two men to the world and to His church for such a time as this ... to lift up the name of the one man whose church all Christians call "home.""
-Dan Delzell, LCMS Pastor (Papillion, Nebraska)
ECT by Necessity
No way!

If people dared face the reality of the Roman Catholic Religion as it really is the word of God would show them it is the Woman Riding the Beast of Revelation that is drunk with the blood of the Saints (those genuinely born again of the Spirit of God). It is blasphemously idolatrous, a sin of those who hate the Only True and Living God (btw CCC 841 say Catholics and Muslims adore the same god).

The much men need to learn is found in the Word of God NOT in what the ungodly twist it into to justify their sin.

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News Item6/4/12 3:50 AM
John UK | Wales  Find all comments by John UK
ECT by Necessity wrote:
There is much we can learn from one another as brothers and sisters in Christ.
Evangelicals and Catholics are not brothers and sisters in Christ.

However, if you regard evangelicals as your brother, and I being an evangelical, and you believe you can learn much from an evangelical, let me teach you something most basic and fundamental:

A sinner can only be saved and go to heaven by the grace of God, through faith alone in Christ alone. The sinner's works do not count one iota towards his eternal reward, because Jesus Christ the Lord has done all things needful for your salvation. We evangelicals call it THE FINISHED WORK OF CHRIST. At the Cross, he suffered and died in the place of sinners, it was a vicarious sacrifice for sin, where Christ paid the penalty for the sins of all his people. There is NO MORE sacrifice for sin. But you must go back to that Cross, where forgiveness can be found. Not to a priest, pope or mass, but DIRECTLY to the Lord Jesus Christ, and kneel before him, applying for mercy and forgiveness, and not getting up again until you KNOW you have forgiveness. It is God's Spirit which will assure you of this.

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News Item6/4/12 12:18 AM
ECT by Necessity  Find all comments by ECT by Necessity
"Evangelicals and Catholics continue to get born again all over the world through faith in Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit. There is much we can learn from one another as brothers and sisters in Christ. We would be wise to follow the example of Chuck Colson and Richard John Neuhaus in this regard. God gave these two men to the world and to His church for such a time as this ... to lift up the name of the one man whose church all Christians call "home.""
-Dan Delzell, LCMS Pastor (Papillion, Nebraska)
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