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SteveR wrote:
According to the RCC, 'Kecharitomene' is used in Luke 1:28 (khar-ee-to'-o in Strongs) while Ephesians 1:6 uses "echaritosen." The former a perfect passive participle, and echaritosen is an indicative active aorist.
Thus they conclude its a finished work in Mary (Luke 1:28) and an active work in the Epistle to Ephesus
AND they, of course being Catholic, rely on the Early Church Fathers to understand the Divine Maternity. This is hardly Satanic
2 Thessalonians 2:15   Therefore, brethren, stand fast, and hold the traditions which ye have been taught, whether by word, or our epistle.

News Item1/21/17 12:44 PM
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ladybug wrote:
as for the troll's attempt to justify the Satanic RCC teaching of Mary being 'sinless' the 'proof' texts given to not come close to implying Mary was redeemed at her conception. 'Highly favored'- that can be said of ALL of God's elect. In the original, it states 'favored with grace'. (xaritóō) is used twice in the NT (Lk 1:28 and Eph 1:6), both times of God extending Himself to freely bestow grace (favor). source - biblehub
According to the the RCC, 'Kecharitomene' is used in Luke 1:28 (khar-ee-to'-o in Strongs) while Ephesians 1:6 uses "echaritosen." The former a perfect passive participle, and echaritosen is an indicative active aorist.

Thus they conclude its a finished work in Mary (Luke 1:28) and an active work in the Epistle to Ephesus

AND they, of course being Catholic, rely on the Early Church Fathers to understand the Divine Maternity. This is hardly Satanic


News Item1/21/17 12:14 PM
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MS wrote:
Question 152 from BC.
What is baptism?
A. Baptism is a 'sacrament' which cleanses us from original sin, MAKES US CHRISTIANS, CHILDREN OF GOD,and HEIRS OF HEAVEN.
Complete denial of the gospel of sovereign grace
I'm not finding that quote. Their answer here seems whimsical, but hardly Satanic. They use many Scripture Proofs for this one, with Romans 6 quoted in the RCC Catechism

Romans 6:3   Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?
  Romans 6:4   Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life.
  Romans 6:5   For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection:

Its a long chapter, but Baptism is described more as a beginning of a journey then anything that brings salvation by itself. I like the part where the discuss the role other Church Members must play in the lives of Children to keep them on the correct path(sounds like my Church)


News Item1/21/17 11:58 AM
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ladybug wrote:
Sister MS, from that Satanic catechism, "50. Q. Was any one ever preserved from original sin?
A. The Blessed Virgin Mary, through the merit of her Divine Son, was preserved free from the guilt of original sin, and this privilege is called her Immaculate Conception."
Oh my!! Not one ounce of scriptural support, just a statement made into 'fact' by the RCC. How dangerous it is to follow the traditions/teachings of mortal,sinful, wicked men.
The RCC Catechism I'm looking at uses the Scripture Proof because of "Full of Grace" Luke 1:28
And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.
Then Confirming with John 1:14

in the KJV its
Luke 1:28   And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.

Even using the KJV, I can see how they can conclude that once the Holy Ghost came upon her she was redeemed the moment of her conception


News Item1/21/17 11:07 AM
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JuneAnnette wrote:
Personal testimony: former RC priest Richard Bennett about the power of God's Word
If a Catholic High School Teacher can so easily tear apart Bennets arguments using Scripture, perhaps he wasn't qualified to preach
http://web.archive.org/web/20040619070941/http://ic.net/~erasmus/RAZ30.HTM

Its a long refutation, and point by point.


News Item1/21/17 10:19 AM
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SteveR wrote:
You took Catechism for years? And never read the Bible? Didn't you see the Scripture Proofs for each question? Don't you now know that Scripture were often part of the answers?
Do you know one day I went to the local RCC office and asked for a Catechism to borrow. They had to look all over the building until they finally found one. But I took it home, and it wasn't just Christian, but pretty good in many areas. It seems to me that Blessed Wisdom is available at the RCC, but people are too caught up in their own lives to search it out
The online Version looks like the one I borrowed
http://www.usccb.org/beliefs-and-teachings/what-we-believe/catechism/catechism-of-the-catholic-church/

Oh, I get it. Jesuits plant copies of this fake Catechism, use a fake website, and gave you the real one where you are not allowed to read any Scripture


News Item1/21/17 9:52 AM
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Ignominious Emirakan wrote:
estimate of what it will cost world’s citizens to reduce the world’s temperature by the end of the century by a “grand total of three tenths of one degree” $100 trillion.
$100,000,000,000,000.00.00
Hmmmm.
Obama increased the deficit to 20 trillion-10 trillion in 8 years
The GOP idiot budget calls for increase up to 30 Trillion in the next 10 years unless they listen to Rand Paul!
In that context- 100 trillion doesn't seem like a lot-as that is world cost
Maybe instead of this Trump regulation pullback, they could issue some commemorative 0BAMA trillion dollar bills??, and fund the promised ocean recession that the old "beloved leader" promised.
I thought it was nice of Trump to 'give back' the country to the people after racking up 20 Trillion in debt. Wow, we owe only $175,000 per taxpayer! And now that we own it, Trump wants to max it out to 500k+? Oy Vey

What a crime the last two administrations have inflicted upon our children


News Item1/21/17 9:47 AM
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Agustintadeo wrote:
I am a 31 years old latino, raise in a catholic family, I took Catechism for many years and We never read the bible and when I started to read it myself my grandmother told me "if you do that you going to get crazy" Why she said that? because she was repeating what the local priest preach in the mass. So believe it or not Catholics use this "argument" to keep people from reading the Bible.
You took Catechism for years? And never read the Bible? Didn't you see the Scripture Proofs for each question? Don't you now know that Scripture were often part of the answers?

Do you know one day I went to the local RCC office and asked for a Catechism to borrow. They had to look all over the building until they finally found one. But I took it home, and it wasn't just Christian, but pretty good in many areas. It seems to me that Blessed Wisdom is available at the RCC, but people are too caught up in their own lives to search it out


News Item1/20/17 8:05 PM
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Lady_Virtue wrote:
I wonder if indeed it is worth it to point out such "firsts." It seems more designed to cause contention, division, and pridefulness than anything else. I really can't see one way or another what difference it makes.
Contention? Huh?why? For racists perhaps, but a big symbolic step for African Americans

News Item1/20/17 5:29 PM
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s c wrote:
My constant "rants" in regard to immorality and immodesty are relevant to the deviant climate in which we find ourselves. It's not a matter of "legalism". It's a matter of discerning the times and the reasons behind them.
If no one else will answer, I will say I rather appreciate your rants on immodesty. Our culture has slipped so far, too many of us don't see the obvious blinded by our wicked sensual culture since small children

News Item1/20/17 4:24 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
Thanks SA for having Eph. 1:19 mentioned, it made me look it up and the verses around it
Ephesians 1:16 I do not cease to give thanks for you, remembering you in my prayers, 17 that the God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of glory, may give you a spirit of wisdom and of revelation in the knowledge of him, 18 having the eyes of your hearts enlightened, that you may know what is the hope to which he has called you, what are the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints, 19 and what is the immeasurable greatness of his power toward us who believe, according to the working of his great might 20 that he worked in Christ when he raised him from the dead and seated him at his right hand in the heavenly places, 21 far above all rule and authority and power and dominion, and above every name that is named, not only in this age but also in the one to come. 22 And he put all things under his feet and gave him as head over all things to the church, 23 which is his body, the fullness of him who fills all in all.
---ESV
Jim
Are your eyes open? what are the riches of his glorious inheritance in the saints?

News Item1/20/17 4:17 PM
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Jim Lincoln wrote:
That means the majority of Catholics are pro-homo, John Y., As you are probably all too well aware, if a Catholic observes the [URL=/the-errors-of-catholicism/precepts-of-the-church/]]]The Five Precepts of the Romish Church[/URL], he's in good standing. This is why Nancy Pelosi is just as good Catholic as Paul Ryan.
By the way, #7 on [URL=/j225q5a]]] (Obama's top 10 accomplishments -- according to Obama)[/URL] made the Pope happy,
"7. U.S.-Cuba relations
"In August, the U.S. reopened its embassy in Cuba, the first symbolic step to normalizing relations between the two countries and the first time the American flag has flown in Havana in 54 years."
Did it benefit Christians any? I really doubt it, Obama probably made too many consessions to the Cuban government.
Catholics reflect their culture. While US Catholics are 'pro homo,' that tendency doesn't exist in other Catholic parts of the world. Its the African Cardinals and Bishops that have stood up along with Conservatives like Cardinal Burke to stand by Biblical teachings on this issue

I would say Catholics as a whole are against 'homo' behavior by a greater margin than Protestants. Mainly because Protestants are concentrated in cultures that are 'pro homo'


News Item1/20/17 4:10 PM
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Dave wrote:
I wonder how many of the new testament books were available to the 1st century church.
I do not like for one second the omissions in other versions.
References to Sodom gone, while verses just not there.
One that really gets on my nerves is the account of Philip and the eunuch.
Having said that I've seen people saved and all they had for a year or so was nlt gospel according to john.
I my self believe the Kjv to be the best.
Most had the OT, a Gospel and if they were lucky an Epistle or two from St Paul. They probably resembled the RCC more than a Reformed Church. ...and....If you don't like omissions, check to see if your Bible has The Epistle from Laodicea.

Colossians 4:16   And when this epistle is read among you, cause that it be read also in the church of the Laodiceans; and that ye likewise read the epistle from Laodicea.


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Nik wrote:
A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump
Praise the Lord
Me thinkz Dave has been hittin' the leaven more than a little today{Glug Glug Glug}

Going back to the NKJV, my Church uses it. We voted to change over by just one vote. Ive been lobbying to go back, but everyone thinks the NKJV is fine. While the NT does lean towards the Alexandrian family of manuscripts at times, its nothing compared to some of the OT mistranslations. Mistranslations so poor, it makes the RSV look good


News Item1/20/17 2:09 PM
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Mike wrote:
Whatever the RCC theories of free will gospel, there is in practice no teaching of it. RCs are told what to believe, to avoid the Bible, and to let the priest interpret what it means. There is no free will choosing, council of Trent notwithstanding.
I have Catholic friends that have weekly Bible Studies. I just went to Catholic Online, they have lots of Bible Studies. It seems to be encouraged. I liked the daily reading, but probably would like it better without the chanting in the background

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Jim Lincoln wrote:
because America is less Catholic than Great Britain (The Anglican Church is Catholic-lite), so not only the leadership of the Democrats was rejected, but that whole party is suffering for this obscenity! Obama did a huge disservice to the country!
GB is more Catholic than you think, from the Guardian

""More than 240 clubs now involved in football sexual abuse scandal
Police confirm 100 extra clubs involved since last update in December, The number of clubs affected by British football’s historical child sexual abuse scandal has grown to 248, as the scale of the scandal continues to grow""


News Item1/20/17 12:50 PM
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JuneAnnette wrote:
sister ladybug . . fyi . . a very well-researched Article:
"Free will" theology is Roman Catholic Doctrine By: Will Kinney
You don't need spooky Jesuits to conjure up a Free Will ideology. Anybody reading a Gospel without a close examination of the Pauline Epistles would be easily led to a free will conclusion

News Item1/20/17 12:32 PM
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Kev wrote:
Actually what you just said is untrue. The second council of Orange was in the 500's and it affirmed the teachings of such men as Augustine who was much more about the sovereignty of God as I have quoted Agustin on that manner on here.
The Council of Trent didn't repeal the 2nd Council of Orange, The Council of the Vatican sums up past doctrine in the statement that God in His Providence protects and governs all things (Sess. III, c. I, d. 1784).

Augustine was in line with Trent. St. Augustine states that "He [God] has revealed to us, through His Holy Scriptures, that there is in man a free choice of will," and that "God's precepts themselves would be of no use to a man unless he had free choice of will, so that by performing them he might obtain the promised rewards." (chap. II) On Grace and Free Will


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JuneAnnette wrote:
You have well-spoken sister.
"actually Arminianism is RCC doctrine."
The free will gospel is the creation of papal Rome, and is no gospel at all.
Not true, Roman Catholicism teaches the doctrine of predestination, while rejecting the later Calvinist view, codified at the Second Council of Orange (529)

"[God] promised not from the power of our will but from His own predestination. For He promised what He Himself would do, not what men would do. Because, although men do those good things which pertain to God’s worship, He Himself makes them to do what He has commanded; it is not they that cause Him to do what He has promised. Otherwise the fulfilment of God’s promises would not be in the power of God, but in that of men"Augustine of Hippo. "In What Respects Predestination and Grace Differ.". Anti Pelagian Writings. Retrieved 23 March 2013.

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