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Well, with more than 240 "denominations" within Catholicism that all teach they have the "true" Catholicism, it's hard for them to know what Catholicism teaches.
That's why we keep hearing "We...
...as opposed to Christians, who believe the Bible's teaching that we're born again by the regeneration of the Holy Spirit, and then commemorate this experience by baptism.
The denial of the sufficiency of Christ's atonement, infused righteousness, and the addition of rules and rituals as requirements for salvation, among other things.
Anybody seen Onelamb lately? Anybody know if he's OK?
Hello? Onelamb? Are you still there?
Does the text say that they exhibited any characteristics of drunkenness? Or just that the mockers supposed they were drunk?
When I was caught up in the WoF movement, I attended two WoF churches. One, didn't practice it at all and the other, a service just wasn't complete unless somebody went down.
Really? After al this time you're going to pretend to not know basic Christian theology?
I believe Dr. Marvin Monroe is more of a doctor than Myles Monroe.
That's why I carry a .22. They don't drool for long.
Yes, I repented and received Christ in 1988.
Knowing that he was part of the WoF train wreck, I can't help but wonder why he didn't just rebuke and bind the Spirit of Gravity and demand that the place stay in the air in Jesus' name.
You didn't miss much. He was a heretic and, quite frankly, a bit of a nut.
But that having been said, I still hope he repented and received Christ before he died.
So, when we preach the same Gospel, we're not unified? When we affirm the same creeds, confessions, and catechisms, we're not unified? When we worship with the same hymns and responsive readings,...
So, to recap, you're still unable to defend your claim or give a source for it.
The issue isn't "churches", but denominations.
Good thing we only believe in one Church then.
Have Catholics ever offered a source for their claims? Or are they just so ignorant and dishonest that they heard a claim that appears to make Christianity look bad and adopted that as truth?
Doesn't matter which verse you thought I meant. You said He was speaking only to the disciples and that things said to the disciples don't apply to anyone else.
The text says He was speaking to...
In a recent thread, Rocket Man stated that the Bema Seat Judgment cannot take place in Heaven, but refuses to tell us why he believes this.
Is this a common Catholic belief? Or is it just his own...
Yes, you have repeatedly claimed that you never mentioned the Bema Seat Judgment and that it cannot take place in Heaven for some reason. The problem is that you said it, not only once, but several...
Good luck with that. I've been trying to get him to answer a question about his claim that the Bema Seat Judgment cannot take place in Heaven for days now.
An interesting statement, given that you're the one who repeatedly brought up the Bema Seat Judgment, and given that I haven't offered any "view" of the Bema Seat Judgment.
So, since I haven't...
Where did you get this idea? If this is true, then why does the text say that He was speaking to the crowd who sought Him out?
So, the things He said to them are not true for us?
Yes, a question about something you said. Now, you're pretending that you never said it.
That's true. The problem is that you insist on answering a question nobody asked, while repeatedly...
Actually, we do. We have the objective and authoritative standard of scripture.
You can use anything you like. I'm merely asking what objective standard you use to determine that the Catholic...