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  1. 1Thess521

    Take this to the Church

    but it's not a contradiction, it is a clarification, just any Carm posing Catholic!
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    Rejecting God's graces

    John’s baptism had to do with repentance—it was a symbolic representation of changing one’s mind and going a new direction. Most of the people who were saved during the time of Jesus and the Apostles were NOT baptized by John. so .. in regards to salvation; the answer is no in regards to...
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    "IMO ..... Christians have little regard of the sanctity of life." and thanks for you opinion
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    so i guess your point is that you know of some people who said they were Christians , and they were mean; so Christians should not be involved in any law making or government leadership positions.. good stuff
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    or feel free to tell us your point Still waiting
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    i posted your highlighted sections and i asked you before What part did I miss that would change the context? Here's your chance to correct any "mischaracterization" you had nothing still waiting for your point
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    yep; i posted your highlighted sections as you said "evangelical Christianity is the polar opposite ...... you want to leave NOTHING FOR YOU ..... but hellfire and damnation. You were never from us ..... DIE SINNER." --------------------------- let me know when you get near a point: I don't...
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    yep: but I don't think that is a workable a law: from post #3 a change of laws would not improve society: but a change of hearts would
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    and the question has been answered post 5 the OP "I'm wondering what laws Christians would pass if they could in America or wherever they happen to live." ... "The whole point of these inquiries is to see how Christian apologists would "improve" society considering how they keep complaining...
  10. 1Thess521

    Rejecting God's graces

    necessary for what? Salvation? No!
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    Rejecting God's graces

    In Matthew 3:11, John the Baptist mentions the purpose of his baptisms: “I baptize you with water for repentance.” Paul affirms this in Acts 19:4: “John’s baptism was a baptism of repentance. He told the people to believe in the one coming after him, that is, in Jesus.” John’s baptism had to do...
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    Rejecting God's graces

    from your OP ""So why do some Christians behave like the Pharacees and reject the graces that God gives us?" the people you are referencing DO NOT reject the graces that God gives us the people you are referencing DO reject that God gives us grace through the Sacraments and the Sacramentals...
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    Rejecting God's graces

    we reject 1129 The Church affirms that for believers the sacraments of the New Covenant are necessary for salvation. "Sacramental grace" is the grace of the Holy Spirit, given by Christ and proper to each sacrament. The Spirit heals and transforms those who receive him by conforming them to the...
  14. 1Thess521

    Rejecting God's graces

    i reject that statement as true non-Catholic Christians DO NOT reject the graces that God gives us non-Catholic Christians do reject that God gives us grace through the Sacraments and the Sacramentals
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    Rejecting God's graces

    your assumption (presupposition) is that God gives us grace through the Sacraments and the Sacramentals. and then claim that some <non-Catholic> Christians reject the graces that God gives us but THE FACT IS non-Catholic Christians DO NOT reject the graces that God gives us non-Catholic...
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    What type of ruler do you think Christ is or will be? What type of ruler do you think a Christ-like ruler will be? A ruler who would lay down his own life to save his people as an act of love. your turn
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    Rejecting God's graces

    What are the graces you think some Christians reject?
  18. 1Thess521

    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    No No No Nope What type of ruler do you think Christ is or will be? what type of ruler do you think a Christ-like ruler will be?
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    Rejecting God's graces

    Your premise is that the Sacraments and sacramentals are graces, They are not
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    Christians: What would you do to society if you could?

    what type of ruler do you think Christ is or will be? what type of ruler do you think a Christ-like ruler will be?
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