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  1. You didn't quote from the Lutheran Confessions. ...

    You didn't quote from the Lutheran Confessions. AGAIN, you gave a wrong credit. The words you quote are opinions from Gerhard Friedrich Bente (he rarely used his first name), who was born some...
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    In Catholicism, what I gathered is that while the...

    In Catholicism, what I gathered is that while the Holy Spirit inspired the Bible - He did a pretty lousy job of it. The Holy Spirit forgot a LOT - a whole lot - including every single one of the...
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    Nope.




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    I forgive you. Happens. Catholics...

    I forgive you. Happens.





    Catholics tend to complain when we do that. I do it sometimes, anyway.
  5. Thread: Which is True?

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    That one. Perhaps why the RCC insists you...

    That one. Perhaps why the RCC insists you reject that is because that would not be it itself?




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  6. The Bible also does not say PERPETUAL. But you...

    The Bible also does not say PERPETUAL. But you don't seem to give a rip what the Bible says and DOES NOT SAY - so IMO you have entirely forfeited any ability to rebuke others whom you see following...
  7. No Lutheran does. But Catholics often quote him...

    No Lutheran does. But Catholics often quote him as if God (never understood why they do that).
  8. Thread: Which is True?

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    Nor is the RCC. It has a doctrinal unity of...

    Nor is the RCC. It has a doctrinal unity of NONE.




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    Scripture is nearly always addressed to people. ...

    Scripture is nearly always addressed to people. I can't think of a single verse addressed to a particular, individual denomination.

    The RCC has a doctrinal unity of NONE. It is in doctrinal...
  10. Thread: Which is True?

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    I believe that those with the divine gift of...

    I believe that those with the divine gift of faith in Christ as Savior are thus Christians. Christians ARE the church. Christ gives us faith. Christ gives us life. Christ adopts us. Christ...
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    Denominations can't have faith. Only people...

    Denominations can't have faith. Only people can. Yes - those with the divine gift of faith in Christ as Savior are thus Christians. Protestants see things from the perspective of CHRIST whereas...
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    You quoted the answer. Is there going to...

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    You quoted the answer.


    Is there going to be a clear confirmation as truth and to the level claimed of the...
  13. Nope. But I encourage you to return to...

    Nope.



    But I encourage you to return to the issue of the thread.




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    I disagree. Since 1551, the RCC has...

    I disagree. Since 1551, the RCC has DOGMATICALLY insisted that it means TRANSUBSTANTIATED. It even gave this very, very specific and technical name to its new unique dogma - now it holds to the...
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    ... and that the RCC is NOT united with anything...

    ... and that the RCC is NOT united with anything in doctrine?
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    And I asked you for the Scripture that says all...

    I am just asking that if the Church of Christ is united in mind and thought, then how come Calvinists, Catholics, Lutherans... are united in the Church of Christ?


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    And I asked you...
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    Quote where Scripture says all Christians are in...

    Quote where Scripture says all Christians are in total agreement on all things?

    And if so, wouldn't that mean the RCC thus is not Christian since it agrees with none but it itself alone -...
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    I agree with Paul. I think we all called to all...

    I agree with Paul. I think we all called to all agree in all things. Do we? Have we ever? Does that reality that we are called to such negate that we aren't there yet? Scripture also calls...
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    Well, I specifically excluded them from that...

    Well, I specifically excluded them from that category.

    I am WELL and REPEATEDLY and rather passionately on record INSISTING that the RCC is NOT a cult (and for a long time, battling here at CARM...
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    That's the Catholic rubric. See the latest...

    That's the Catholic rubric. See the latest edition of the ever-changing Catechism of the individual RC Denomination # 87. A Catholic, the RCC insists, swallows whole whatever the RC itself...
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    I COMPLETELY agree with Diane! And of...

    I COMPLETELY agree with Diane!

    And of course, I have NEVER referred to the RC Denomination as a 'cult' but rather, in fact, REPEATEDLY over YEARS have INSISTED that it is not. In FACT, back in...
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    Christians. .

    Christians.




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    Depends on what you mean by "unity." Does...

    Depends on what you mean by "unity." Does THEOLOGICAL, cognative, doctrinal unity exist? No. It NEVER has. Not all Christians everywhere TOTALLY agree on ALL things - and never have. Sure -...
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    Correct. The PROBLEM with the RCC, LDS and also...

    Correct. The PROBLEM with the RCC, LDS and also with the groups commonly called "cults" is that each disallows the thought of truth in the sole, singular, exclusive, singular, individual, particular...
  25. Wrong. Lutherans affirm that the meaning of is...

    Wrong. Lutherans affirm that the meaning of is is is.





    That's closer to the Orthodox position. The post 1551 RCC Dogma is that "is" means "transubstantiated."
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