John Yurich USA wrote: Pastor would agree with me about not having any use for Francis. NeedHim, I do not know anybody at that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings who also attends the local Catholic parish for Saturday Mass.
* ahem *
"There is a married couple who attend and are on the membership roll of that Baptist church who also attend and belong to the local Catholic parish. They were also Baptized via immersion at that Baptist church. I do not hold any false doctrines."
Above quote by JY via a Baptist message board with the topic he started entitled, "Are There Any Catholics On This Forum?" June 15, 2017, post #119
Not that it matters much, but here's my thoughts:
1) Perhaps those two RCC members only attend mass every Monday through Friday or they sit, unseen, on the opposite side of that church on Saturdays to avoid JY.
2) As to the claim of not holding any false doctrines, JY has previously stated that he made up his own doctrine in order to justify his personal belief in infant baptism (which is NOT biblical).
âSo I was wondering where they got that ideaâthey talked about control of the money, we didnât have control of the money,â Moore said. âAnyway, to make a long story short, they kind of failed. So about 30 days before the general election, just the other day, the Washington Post published another attack on my character and reputation because they are desperate to stop my political campaign. These attacks said I was with a minor child and are false and untrueâand for which they will be sued.â
One might give us a major new source that said that Merck did thisâ
I'd trust links provided by those here at SA, whom you refer to as "one", as being more truthful versus the M(ostly) S(limy) M(edia) links you post which receive funding (aka hush money) from your apparent globalist idol, Gyorgy Schwartz.
And by the way, are you one of those 'keyboard warriors' who gets paid-by-the-post to infiltrate Christian and conservative sites in order to push Gyorgy's demonic, globalist agenda?
I'm just curious because your posting style reeks of it.
Christopher000 wrote: .....An usher behind me was whispering, but loudly enough that I heard him say to the other: "He's only giving two dollars". I looked back and they were both looking directly at me...
Oh, my! Can you imagine their reaction if you had placed a single nickel in the collection plate?
Mike wrote: Chris, there was a Graham quote from 50 years ago in which he felt infant baptism meant something. Come to think of it, it was a lot fewer than that number of years ago, I believed it, too. Hope I'm not quoted on it as a way to discredit everything else I've ever said or done.
Mike, this may help...
"I do believe that something happens at the baptism of an infant, particularly if the parents are Christians and teach their children Christian truths from childhood. We cannot fully understand the mysteries of God. But I believe that a miracle can happen in these children so that they are regenerated, that is, made Christians through infant baptism. If you want to call that baptismal regeneration, that's all right with me."
(Billy Graham, interviewed by Wilfred Bockelman, assoc. editor of the Lutheran Standard, American Lutheran Church, Lutheran Standard, October 10, 1961).
That statement was also quoted by Time Magazine, Vol. 78, October 27, 1961. It can be read only by subscription here: (Look for the article entitled: "Religion: For Adults Only?")
John Yurich USA wrote: It is not just for this forums benefit but also for other forums also. It is not a lie. I no longer consider myself to be Catholic even if I attend Mass every weekend. I consider myself to be Baptist only now.
But yet you've recently posted that you would not consider yourself a Baptist until you complete membership classes (which will be weeks from now) at the Baptist church you currently attend and then became an official member.
Getting baptized at that hotel pool in May did not make you a Baptist - at that time what it did was make you a wet Catholic.
For years and in your own words, you have repeatedly stated you were/are a Catholic. That is, until you went after Frank and had your comment deleted...
Could it be you've now changed your tune since your post was removed and you're now trying to buffalo the moderator(s) via gaslighting as you do at other forums?
Playing along with your "I'm now a Baptist" comment, does this mean you will now put more than a nickel in the collection plate once a month at the Baptist Church or will you be a cheerful giver and put in two whole nickels?
You should be cheerful considering all that free food you eat after the Baptist church services.