how many? often? Do they teach the specific catholic teachings? I pulled up one online last night and listened to it for a short time (will spend more time on that today). A very animated woman but within minutes she blew it on water baptism. So no hopes she'll be explaining the reality of the rebirth. It's basically an 'overall' view of a few bible stories. not much real understanding of it. She misses a lot that people should be taught.Yes, I have.
How many believer bible studies have you taken part in? Who were the teachers?And any "bible study" that you may have in your sect is led by your sect leader who put's his/her spin on it, the spin they in turn got from the men who invented it in the 16th century.
huh. my teachers go by what was written in scripture... long before the 16th C or those who lived then. They compare scripture with scripture, not what some man said mega yrs later.
exactly.The CCC is merely an expounding on what the Church believes. It is no different that a book by Billy Graham of T.D Jakes
I certainly wouldn't liken Billy G to TDJ.
like the RCC does in the ccc.or any other person who wrote any book that gives their vision/version of God.
I'm not for what they believe as Muslims anymore than I am for what you believe as a catholic.Now you are for the Muslims? Now that is quite a position for a fundamentalist to take.
But they are His creatures and they have an eternal soul that needs to know Christ as Lord and Savior.
that doesn't seem to matter to you.