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MONDAY, SEP 25, 2017  |  57 comments
Conservative Roman Catholic theologians accuse pope of spreading heresy

Several dozen tradition-minded Roman Catholic theologians, priests and academics have formally accused Pope Francis of spreading heresy with his 2016 opening to divorced and civilly remarried Catholics.

In a 25-page letter delivered to Francis last month and provided Saturday to The Associated Press, the 62 signatories issued a "filial correction" to the pope — a measure they said hadn't been employed since the 14th century.

The letter accused Francis of propagating seven heretical positions concerning marriage, moral life and the sacraments with his 2016 document "The Joy of Love" and subsequent "acts, words and omissions." ...


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News Item9/30/17 7:10 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
BDM wrote:
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Prior to the time of Constantine's "conversion," Christians were persecuted not so much for their profession of faith in Christ, but because they would not include pagan deities in their faith as well. Then, with Constantine's emphasis on making his new-found Christianity palatable to the heathen in the Empire, the "Christianization" of these pagan deities was facilitated. For example, pagan rituals and idols gradually took on Christian meanings and names and were incorporated into "Christian" worship (e.g., "saints" replaced the cult of pagan gods in both worship and as patrons of cities; mother/son statues were renamed Mary and Jesus; etc.), ...
---Roman Catholicism--Christian or Pagan?

The http://tinyurl.com/jbcjt7c (Ultra-Traditionalist Catholic) which of these theologians are, are no more Christian than the Pope is!

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News Item9/28/17 6:52 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
John bulldust, man had free Will before the fall, since the fall man Lost his free Will.
You have it completely back to Front mate
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News Item9/28/17 2:45 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Why would you not tell pastor Steve you're Catholic mate?
C'mon John y, to be completely honest John, I'm just as concerned about your understanding of salvation, and has this come from your Baptist preacher?
If you truly are coming out of Roman Catholicism and the hell it caters to, then you're really going from the frying pan to the fire
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News Item9/28/17 1:11 AM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
" But one who comes under the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ can choose to ignore the prompting of the Holy Spirit at first and then later choose to follow the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ " Where does the bible teach this and what does it mean to say the Holy Spirit 'prompts'? Where does the bible teach that?

Again, no sinner 'chooses' to follow Christ, for sinners love darkness more than light and will not come to the light, lest their deeds be exposed. How can a dead in sin sinner make such drastic spiritual decisions based on 'free will', which according to Jeremiah 17:9 is sick, incurable?
John Y displays the rotten fruit of the Jesuit/Arminian accursed gospel that states you are saved based on your own ability to either choose or reject Christ. Is it any wonder the Lord warned in Matthew 24:4, 'take heed no man deceive you'?

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News Item9/28/17 12:28 AM
Dr. Tim | Southern U.S.  Find all comments by Dr. Tim
No Bible-believing pastor would allow a person to join the church he leads if he knew that person was a practicing Catholic. 'Fess up, John; you don't tell the Baptist preacher you are a Catholic because you know good and well he won't let you join the Baptist church if you do. And if he does, he's not fit to pastor a church anyway.
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News Item9/27/17 11:04 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Christopher speaks wisdom to John
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News Item9/27/17 7:55 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
My point, John, is that your reason for not letting either one know, and I can understand not letting a Priest know...who cares, they're detached and impersonal anyway given the size of most parishes, but choosing to keep it from the Pastor who baptized you, and who leads the church you're intent on becoming a member of, goes well beyond the usual reason, "it's none of their business". You're wrong, it is, and admit it or not, I believe you didn't tell him because you know it's just not okay. There is absolutely no such thing as a Catholic-Baptist in Christ's kingdom and not a single one of His can, or would, ever claim such, given all that the church teaches against His Word.
Pick a side, and if you choose both sides, you've picked your side.
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News Item9/27/17 7:39 PM
Ivan Karamazov | Texas  Find all comments by Ivan Karamazov
🙄john 🙄
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News Item9/27/17 5:21 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Sorry John, but it is their business. You intentionally lied by omission to get baptized. The one and only reason you didn't make them "cognizant" of that fact is because being an active Catholic who will never leave the "one true church" would have kept you from membership and baptism.
This is called, straddling the fence, to kill two ,just in case scenarios.
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News Item9/27/17 4:45 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
John y, thankyou for replying, I'm sorry I didn't mention that before mate.
No scripture, I repeat no scripture says or confirms what you've been taught regarding salvation John.
John but I've written stuff that will help you, but I can't get it to you.
Can you open a temporary email address so I can send it to you, please.
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News Item9/27/17 3:46 PM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
John you're been fed more lies, and you are always right, not.
Mate you're Hell bound
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News Item9/27/17 2:19 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
ladybug, The free will of sinners is not stronger and more powerful than God. But one who comes under the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ can choose to ignore the prompting of the Holy Spirit at first and then later choose to follow the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ. That is exactly what I did. At first I ignored the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender my life to Christ but then later on I chose to follow the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender my life to Christ. So you don't believe that Baptist Church I attend is a biblical church? You put the word church in between the symbol of '. Pastor Steve of that Baptist Church preaches the biblical doctrine of salvation every Sunday his sermons. I will not make my local Catholic parish cognizant that I also attend the local Baptist Church and I will not make that Baptist Church I attend on Sunday mornings cognizant that I also attend the local Catholic parish because is not the business of the local Catholic parish that I also attend the local Baptist Church and it is not the business of that Baptist Church that I also attend the local Catholic parish. After fall of Adam God gave mankind free will. It states that in Genesis.
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News Item9/27/17 12:15 PM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
"But individuals have free will to choose to or not to follow the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ and become saved." So the 'free will' of sinners is stronger and more powerful than God? This is the ignorance of those who follow the teachings of men, which is what free will is, being traced back to Jacob Arminius {and even before him} who was used by the Jesuits to infiltrate Protestantism with 'free will' theology, which is nothing more than Roman Catholic theology - "In the year 1563 by the order of the Pope, there was a council held at Trent. And Rome then and there defined her theological position on the points that had been made by the Reformers, and one of their decrees read thus [now the decrees of the Council of Trent are their standard today on controverted points], "If anyone shall affirm that since the fall of Adam man's free will is lost, let him be accursed".
Still waiting for that bible verse that explicitly states man has a 'free will' to save himself.

Also still waiting for John Y to respond concerning whether or not he will tell the RCC he attends a Baptist Church, and tell the Baptist church he attends an RCC mass faithfully....not that the response of either 'church' would matter.

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News Item9/27/17 12:02 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Dave wrote:
John you're wrong, you've completely misunderstood the verses you provide.
John yurich you told me you read Ephesians and that it stated that it's by the Will of God, not man.
Either you like the silly, very un- intelligent remarks you make knowing you're getting under someone skin, or you're Hell bound.
How can you possibly be saved John, you can't grasp the most simple of ideas from God.
I thought you were an educated man John yurich. It seems you're not.
Please confirm for me what YOU said about who's Will it is that saves in Ephesians.
It is by the will of God that individuals are saved because it is God who prompts individuals to surrender their lives to Christ. But individuals have free will to choose to or not to follow the prompting of the Holy Spirit to surrender their life to Christ and become saved.
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News Item9/27/17 7:18 AM
Dave | Oz  Contact via emailFind all comments by Dave
Amen to all the below
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News Item9/27/17 7:12 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Sovereignty means God can do what he wills without accountability to another. It does not decide for God what he is allowed to do, that we might have our favorite theology blessed.
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News Item9/27/17 1:08 AM
ladybug  Find all comments by ladybug
Act 3:9  And all the people saw him walking and praising God: Where is the reference to 'free will' in that text? Simple, there isn't any reference to free will at all.

Mat 3:2  And saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand. This is not presented as an option, as if you have a choice. In the original language, 'repent' is in the present imperative active mood, imperative meaning this;The imperative mood is a command or instruction given to the hearer, charging the hearer to carry out or perform a certain action. It does not imply the hearer has the ability to do so. Nevertheless, the verb repent stands as a command and not a choice based on 'free will'.
1Jn 3:23  And this is his commandment, That we should believe on the name of his Son Jesus Christ, and love one another, as he gave us commandment.  This is self explanatory isn't it? Notice how the text begins, 'this is his commandment', it does not say 'you have a choice'. God commands sinners to believe, nowhere does this text state or imply believing is based on 'free will'.

This is why you must be born again, otherwise you cannot 'see' meaning 'understand' God's truth. The accursed 'free will' gospel, which is no gospel at all, has led multitudes astray, by their own doing. They reject biblical truth.

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News Item9/26/17 11:20 PM
Ivan Karamazov | Texas  Find all comments by Ivan Karamazov
John Y , like the man in the photo above, is like his father. A liar and deceiver from the beginning.
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News Item9/26/17 6:45 PM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Watcher Wrote:
"Yes dear friend, it is a horrendous topic to grasp, but nonetheless, Romans 9 points out this truth that many (even most) are born as vessels of destruction. I am sorry for those who's destiny this is, but it also makes the fact of God saving us few all the more amazing."

Yes, and I think that's precisely why so many have such difficulty. I really don't expect to ever grasp it, but I think God knows exactly what He's doing, and whatever He chooses to do is always right, and good, and just, no matter what our fallen, limited, finite minds might try to argue otherwise.

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News Item9/26/17 6:16 PM
Calvinist Satire | The Vatican  Find all comments by Calvinist Satire
Looks like John Y has more free will than God does apparently God is not free to exercise his almighty power

John you obviously are ignorant of Calvinism 101, it's an epidemic that's spreading across a lot of denominations and you're showing the symptoms of it the first symptom is misrepresenting Calvinism of which you are doing.

But just for you, Calvinist Satire have a remedy for this:

To stop the illness you have, consume 2 "Radio Free Geneva" by Dr.James White each day, for about two weeks, stop buying Chick tracts, and replace it with Chick Fil A and sound tracts from Living waters.

stop relying on man for assurance of your salvation, and read Daniel chapter 4 at least once a day to realize that God exercised His free will on Nebuchadnezzar.

If problems are still present or worsen, read in exodus "I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy" and concerning Pharaoh that "I have raised you up that I might show my power" you might even need to listen to R.C. Sproul, and Paul Washer.

(Disclaimer) If you become a Calvinist we do not provide cages for the"Cage Stage" symptoms, you can order cages from gty.com or Wretched Radio.

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