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Discussion in 'Unorthodox Doctrine Forum' started by GerhardEbersoehn, Apr 21, 2018.

  1. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Nope. Just a Catholic who strives to be faithful.
     
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    You mean faithful to Catholicism.
     
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    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Being faithful to Christ's Church is being faithful to Christ (Matt. 18:15-18, Luke 10:16).
     
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    CoreIssue Well-Known Member

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    That is a lie.

    The church is supposed to be faithful to Christ. Roman Catholicism is not.

    21 pages deal with this issue here:

    Roman Catholicism
     
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    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Roman Catholicism, Ruthenian Catholicism, Coptic Catholicism, Byzantine Catholicism, Melkite Catholicism, etc. - ALL of the Catholic Rites are faithful to Christ. "Roman" is just one of the Rites.

    NONE
    of your divorced Protestant sects are faithful, although many within them are invincibly ifnorant.
     
  6. GerhardEbersoehn

    GerhardEbersoehn Well-Known Member

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    This is why... Thomas Watson:
    I think I hear Him say to us,

    'Reach out your hands. Put them into My side.

    Feel my bleeding heart.

    See if I do not love you.

    That's why, because Jesus "POURED OUT HIS SOUL" and therein his body, his blood, his LIFE -- He, Jesus, "POURED OUT HIS SOUL" signifying the Suffering Servant of the LORD, in whom GOD, "THEREIN", in his Crucifixion, Burial, and Resurrection, victoriously, SUFFERED, suffered through "THIS SAME JESUS" BEING GOD: GOD BOTH Anointed Sacrifice and Anointed King: on the cross suffering Death BEING BOTH. THAT IS WHY! Ephesians 2:1-15.
     
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    Say they -blasphemers in my opinion-, with bravado,
    'It is impossible that Jesus died as God for God cannot die.'
    So say they the same blasphemers with the same bravado,
    'It is impossible that God as Jesus did not bleed for Jesus had not the power to die but as a man dies.'

    The former is to deny Jesus’ Divinity; so is the latter to deny Jesus’ Divinity.
     
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    Any at heart still papal puppets will take 'Jesus' streaming wounds'[*] physically; any at heart still unbelievers will not take 'Jesus' streaming wounds' spiritually.

    [*C.H. Spurgeon]
     
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    The sacramental act of drinking the cup symbolizes Christ's atoning blood, but in Mark 14:24 Jesus "took the cup;" He did not "pour the cup" as part of the sacramental act. So the wine symbolizes the blood literally poured out on the cross. This symbolism of course envisages His wounds and stripes as visualized by Isaiah 53 and as created by the whipping and the crown of thorns.
     
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    So ought one to conclude from this that your avator-/name has literal meaning?
     
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    No, "one ought to conclude" that posters like you who are oblivious of modern academic Gospel Commentaries and the scholarly consensus must resort to insults to compensate for their interpretive deficiencies.
     
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