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SUNDAY, FEB 8, 2009  |  30 comments
Bishop Nominee in Episcopal Church Holds Buddhist Ordination
An Episcopal priest who has received a Buddhist lay ordination has been nominated for the position of bishop in the Diocese of Northern Michigan. The Rev. Kevin Thew Forrester, who has served in the diocese since 2001, will be the only nominee for the vacant position.

Forrester is not the first Episcopal clergyman to hold dual faiths. In 2004, Pennsylvania priest Bill Melnyk was revealed to be a druid; while in 2007 Seattle priest Ann Holmes Redding declared that she was simultaneously an Episcopalian and a Muslim. Both Melnyk and Redding were eventually inhibited from priestly duties. Forrester's background was recently brought to light by the Anglican web site Stand Firm in Faith. ...


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News Item2/24/09 2:56 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
What's this "insane nonsense" calling the Romish Communion holy, John! [URL=http://www.sermonaudio.com/sermoninfo.asp?currSection=sermonsspeaker&sermonID=5306142013]]]Blasphemy of the Mass[/URL]. The Lutherans do not hold exactly the same position on communion as the Catholics, though it is wrong also, and [URL=http://www.ianpaisley.org/article.asp?ArtKey=baptism]]]Popish Baptism[/URL] (You should read, [URL=http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L112.pdf]]]Baptism: Truth or Tradition[/URL]) is "insane" also. It appears that you feel right at home in an "insane asylum".
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News Item2/24/09 6:20 AM
GK  Find all comments by GK
John Yurich USA wrote:
I do my preaching against the unscriptural Catholic doctrines and unscriptural parts to the Mass on discussion forums. Just because I receive Holy Communion in the RCC does not mean that I approve of the doctrine of transubstantiation. I do not state Amen when I am handed the bread and wine and thus I am not giving approval of the doctrine of transubstantiation. When I receive the bread and wine during Mass I believe it to be the way that the Lutheran Church believes concerning Holy Communion.
so you're taking "communion" from someone who is also then presumably "eating and drinking" damnation unto himself,and is unqualified to dispense it?
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News Item2/24/09 6:11 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
DJC49 wrote:
By your own admission, NO ONE at your local church knows of your convictions. You say: "it's none of their business." So I don't know to whom you are doing all of this so-called preaching, John Yurich.
Furthermore, you then turn around and, in silence, participate in their Eucharist which is nothing less than your tacit admission and implied approval of the RC teaching concerning their communion.
Your song and dance here on this forum, John Yurich, is becoming tiresome. And hopefully, the Lord is becoming weary of your attempt at playing "secret agent" within your local RCC and will convict you of the necessity to cease with your game.
I do my preaching against the unscriptural Catholic doctrines and unscriptural parts to the Mass on discussion forums. Just because I receive Holy Communion in the RCC does not mean that I approve of the doctrine of transubstantiation. I do not state Amen when I am handed the bread and wine and thus I am not giving approval of the doctrine of transubstantiation. When I receive the bread and wine during Mass I believe it to be the way that the Lutheran Church believes concerning Holy Communion.
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News Item2/22/09 8:11 AM
Michael Hranek | Endicott, New York  Find all comments by Michael Hranek
Hmmm?

It has been said,
"God DOES NOT save a man from hell until he first...

* brings that man to believe in justification by faith?

* brings that man to dispense with the UNScriptural beliefs and practises of the religion he loves?

* brings that man to keep secret from those of the religion he loves his real beliefs?

* brings that man to justify why his disobedience in remaining in the religion he loves despite their diobedience to the word of God and God's clear command to come out from among them?

* brings a man to say a sinner's prayer at a relative's non-denomination church?

* brings a man to tell God everyday that he is sorry for his sins (except those of remaining in the religion he loves)

* ...SAVES THAT MAN FROM HIS SINS!"

* And Let's NOT forget....brings that man to tell genuine born again Christians how wrong Bible Believing Baptist, Evangelical and Protestant Churches are.

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News Item2/22/09 7:56 AM
GK  Find all comments by GK
why does anyone who professes to be born again wish to remain within an apostate system which terms anyone who believes in salvation by faith in Jesus alone as "accursed"

strange indeed!!

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News Item2/22/09 7:43 AM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by DJC49
John Yurich USA wrote:
Well I preach against the unscriptural Catholic doctrines and the unscriptural parts to the Mass and I have totally repudiated and rejected the unscriptural Catholic doctrines and unscriptural parts to the Mass and thus I am not a hypocrite.
By your own admission, NO ONE at your local church knows of your convictions. You say: "it's none of their business." So I don't know to whom you are doing all of this so-called preaching, John Yurich.
Furthermore, you then turn around and, in silence, participate in their Eucharist which is nothing less than your tacit admission and implied approval of the RC teaching concerning their communion.
Your song and dance here on this forum, John Yurich, is becoming tiresome. And hopefully, the Lord is becoming weary of your attempt at playing "secret agent" within your local RCC and will convict you of the necessity to cease with your game.
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News Item2/22/09 6:24 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
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News Item2/21/09 3:15 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Hmmm, I wonder where my comment about what Martin Luther said, in effect, there is actually only two religions, Christianity and all the others, 'Those who do not know God in Christ arrive at this erroneous conclusion: "I will serve God in such and such a way. I will join this or that order. I will be active in this or that charitable endeavor. God will sanction my good intentions and reward me with everlasting life.... How much more will He grant unto me everlasting life as a due payment in return for my many good deeds and merits." This is the religion of reason. This is the natural religion of the world....Hence, there is really no difference between a Jew, a Mohammedan, and any other old or new heretic. There may be a difference of persons, places, rites, religions, ceremonies, but as far as their fundamental beliefs are concerned they are all alike."' this is why it is [URL=http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L117.pdf]]]Christian and Catholics -- never together![/URL]. All other religions, including Catholicism have an element of works, Lance you may wish to look at the pdf file, [URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC3W0703.pdf]]]What Does the Catholic Church Teach Concerning Salvation?‚ÄĒPart Five[/URL]
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News Item2/21/09 12:13 PM
lyn | usa  Contact via emailFind all comments by lyn
Lance~ would you consider watching this video? Here's the link, www.youtube.com/watch?v=cpmGVAEa2Jc
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News Item2/21/09 8:33 AM
Candle lit  Find all comments by Candle lit
GK wrote:
Roman Catholics and moslems "worship the same god" according to your pope
I cringe when I remember saying that to a muslim who was delivering a rug to my house. That was 20 years ago, and I didn't know much about Islam, and the comment was made as a connecting point. Thankfully, I gave the man both a Bible and C.S. Lewis' "Mere Christianity." Still, the statement that I made about worshipping the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob being the same as this man's god, causes me grief.
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News Item2/21/09 6:50 AM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by DJC49
Lance Eccles wrote:
Well then, it looks like the RCC is going to have to throw out all those prayers to the Trinity ‚Äď the Sign of the Cross, the Creed, the Glory be to the Father, and so many others.
The RCC doesn't have to throw out any of the things you mentioned above, Lance. But what it might want to do is throw out whoever "pontificated" that Moslems and Roman Catholics worship the same God! Do you know who that might be? Was it some politician trying to say the "politically correct" thing?

Lance Eccles wrote:
In fact, it's just going to have to revise its whole theology.
Great! And this is perhaps the wisest thing you've ever posted, Lance! But the RCC doesn't need to revamp its entire theology -- what it needs, however, is a MAJOR overhaul in its soteriology and its ecclesiology. Needless to say, we both know all this isn't about to happen.

Lance Eccles wrote:
And if Jesus isn't the Son of God, even the Mass will have to go.
Jesus is indeed the Son of God. Even so, the Mass should go regardless. Once the RCC does away with its "hocus pocus" mysticism (transubstantiation), it will be well on its way towards worshipping in spirit and truth.
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News Item2/21/09 4:55 AM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn, Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
GK wrote:
well Lance,let's look at this logically
Roman Catholics and moslems "worship the same god" according to your pope
in the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem,there is an inscription on a pillar which says "god does not have a son"
ok,this throws up 2,no, 3 inescapable conclusions.....
1.RC's and moslems worship a god which does not have a son
2.your pope is wildly mistaken and in error
3.all of the above
Well then, it looks like the RCC is going to have to throw out all those prayers to the Trinity ‚Äď the Sign of the Cross, the Creed, the Glory be to the Father, and so many others.

In fact, it's just going to have to revise its whole theology. And if Jesus isn't the Son of God, even the Mass will have to go.

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News Item2/21/09 4:13 AM
GK  Find all comments by GK
Lance Eccles wrote:
So are you suggesting that RCs don't believe in the Trinity?
well Lance,let's look at this logically

Roman Catholics and moslems "worship the same god" according to your pope

in the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem,there is an inscription on a pillar which says "god does not have a son"

ok,this throws up 2,no, 3 inescapable conclusions.....

1.RC's and moslems worship a god which does not have a son

2.your pope is wildly mistaken and in error

3.all of the above

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News Item2/21/09 2:28 AM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn, Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
DJC49 wrote:
Benny 16 says: Who cares about the Trinity! Moslems and Roman Catholics worship the SAME GOD!
So are you suggesting that RCs don't believe in the Trinity?
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News Item2/20/09 5:58 PM
GK  Find all comments by GK
DJC49 wrote:
Benny 16 says: Who cares about the Trinity! Moslems and Roman Catholics worship the SAME GOD!
and moslems worship......the moon god

enough said!!

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News Item2/20/09 5:34 PM
DJC49 | Florida  Contact via emailFind all comments by DJC49
Lance Eccles wrote:
Sorry about that. Let's cut the list down to one essential item: The Trinity.
Benny 16 says: Who cares about the Trinity! Moslems and Roman Catholics worship the SAME GOD!
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News Item2/20/09 5:18 PM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn, Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
GK wrote:
you used too many words there Lance
Sorry about that. Let's cut the list down to one essential item: The Trinity.
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News Item2/20/09 2:31 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Yes, Lance, Islam and Catholicism have very much in common.
Martin Luther wrote:
Those who do not know God in Christ arrive at this erroneous conclusion: "I will serve God in such and such a way. I will join this or that order. I will be active in this or that charitable endeavor. God will sanction my good intentions and reward me with everlasting life. For is He not a merciful and generous Father who gives good things even to the unworthy and ungrateful? How much more will He grant unto me everlasting life as a due payment in return for my many good deeds and merits." This is the religion of reason. This is the natural religion of the world. "The natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God. ( 1Co 2:14 .) "There is none that understandeth, there is none that seeketh after God." ( Rom 3:11 .) Hence, there is really no difference between a Jew, a Mohammedan, and any other old or new heretic. There may be a difference of persons, places, rites, religions, ceremonies, but as far as their fundamental beliefs are concerned they are all alike.
In other words, [URL=http://www.ihcc.org/images/booklets/pdf/L117.pdf]]]Christian and Catholics -- never together![/URL]
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News Item2/20/09 4:05 AM
GK  Find all comments by GK
Lance Eccles wrote:
Oh, so much in common!
The Trinity.
The divinity of Christ.
The Mass.
The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
The seven sacraments.
The Redemption.
The Resurrection.
One could go on and on.
you used too many words there Lance...

Islam and Rome.....both wrong!!

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News Item2/19/09 11:55 PM
Lance Eccles | Goulburn, Australia  Contact via emailFind all comments by Lance Eccles
Jim Lincoln wrote:
[URL=http://www.johnankerberg.org/Articles/_PDFArchives/roman-catholicism/RC2W1101.pdf]]]Understanding Islam and Roman Catholicism[/URL] even if both religions have a lot in common.
Oh, so much in common!

The Trinity.
The divinity of Christ.
The Mass.
The Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist.
The seven sacraments.
The Redemption.
The Resurrection.

One could go on and on.

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