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  1. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Gosh – another big fat LIE from another hate-filled anti-Catholic.
    What a surprise . . .

    Ummmmmm – NOWHERE in your last post did you show that impeccable and infallible were synonyms.
    Do you even understand what a “synonym” is?
    Here you go sparky . . .

    syn·o·nym
    ˈsinəˌnim/Submit
    noun
    a word or phrase that means exactly or NEARLY the same as another word or phrase in the same language, for example shut is a synonym of close.
    synonyms: alternate, substitute, alternative, equivalent, euphemism
    "'harsh' may be used as synonym for 'oppressive'"


    Get that?? “NEARLY” the same.
    A synonym cannot ALWAYS be used in place of another word

    Didn’t you ever take an English class, Einstein??
     
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    stunnedbygrace Well-Known Member

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    You are an extremely rude man.
     
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    yes, i did. And with the rest of the non-catholic world, I agree that infallible and impeccable mean the same thing.
    And just a side not: How do you call expect anyone to take you seriously when all you ever do is SHOUT A BUNCH OF HATEFUL NONSENSE IN BIG TYPE TO MAKE IT LOOK IMPORTANT when in all reality it seems to me like you are using this forum to throw a tantrum. Please, at least make it possible to have a grown-up conversation with you instead of saying that everyone who doesn't kiss the Pope's ring is a heathen, and is "CLEARLY A CATHOLIC HATER, OTHERWISE YOU'D AGREE WITH EVERY WORD THAT COMES OUT OF MY MOUTH".

    I do not hate catholics. I pray for catholics all the time, and have on this very forum had many pleasant conversations with catholics. But enough is enough. either you want to have a discussion, or people are bound to just ignore you. So please, stop with the insults and general pointless babble and lets actually talk about something other than your clearly anti-protestant agenda. And when someone else makes a valid point, refrain from just tossing out insults. Accept and make a counter point if you can, but try to use love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and a whole heck of a lot more self control.
     
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    Mjh29 Well-Known Member

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    im·pec·ca·ble
    /imˈpekəb(ə)l/

    adjective

    • 1.(of behavior, performance, or appearance) in accordance with the highest standards of propriety; Faultess :"a man of impeccable character"

    in·fal·li·ble
    /inˈfaləb(ə)l/

    adjective

    Even if i did't know english very well, I know enough to know that when 2 words are spelled the exact same, they tend to have the same meaning.
     
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    Uisdean Active Member

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    I am a Protestant by birth. I am also a Protestant by choice. There are many things about the Roman Church with which I disagree. (There are things in my denomination with which I disagree.) But the Romans are Brothers and Sisters in Christ. As are the Greek and Russian Churches, The Anglican and the Lutheran (German) Chuches, etc. NO Denomination, not even yours, worships properly. We all make an attempt, we all try to follow the Gospel prescription. But we are sinners and we miss some detail. God still loves us. It's not What We Do, it's What's In Our Hearts that He cares about.

    How many "Christians" follow the so-called "Prosperity Gospel" preachers? Jim Bakker and Jimmy Swaggart are two prominant Protestant Preachers who were forgiven by their followers. How many more will fall into temptation and sin in a public manner? The Roman Church perverted the Gospel with their selling of Indulgences, but, as Jesus said, the one without sin should cast the first stone.

    What makes Christianity different from other religions? We never bicker and feud. We always show Love to our Brothers and Sisters. That's why the World runs to the Christians and joins their churches. Because it sees the Love and Forgiveness we offer each other. :D
     
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  6. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    But, you don't feel that all of the lies being spewed here about the Catholic Church Church are "rude"?
    WHY
    is that??

    Does that make you a hypocrite?
    Something to ponder . . .
     
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  7. stunnedbygrace

    stunnedbygrace Well-Known Member

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    I am often shown by my Lord that I am a hypocrite.

    you are still a rude man.
     
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    The wordy explanations don't cover for anything. Attempted wriggling out only digs the hole deeper.
     
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    You are joking here.....right?lol

    .... LaughingSmiley.gif
     
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    Awe....LOL


    Keep trying, you haven't yet captured my interest in all your "anti-rhetoric". LOL
     
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    Taken Well-Known Member

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    ^5
     
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    Joking?
    Only if sarcasm is a joke...

    Matthew 18:15-18 is NOT about calling each other names.
    That is covered in Matthew 5:45-48.

    Just because our forefathers began this TRADITION does not mean we must keep it!

    Next time you are in Scotland, take time to visit St. Andrews Cathedral. It is a wonderful monument to Human Understanding. :rolleyes:
     
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    This began as an interesting thread.
    But we've been at each other's throats for 500 years.
    Do you really think you are going to win this argument with the tactics of the past?

    I came across a book "The Spirit and Forms of Protestantism" by Louis Bouyer: It might help you understand the Roman Church viewpoint. But pray before you read it. The first part is decent. But my blood pressure went up as I read the second part. (see the PS below) My point here is that Bouyer offers a viewpoint that, while it made me mad and was extremely difficult to comprehend, opened my mind to understanding the Roman Church a little bit better.

    Ultimately, Bouyer makes the claim that the Protestant Faith is founded on faulty philosophy. When we Protestants understand this, we can begin to communicate with our mistaken Roman Church brothers and sisters. I found it incredible and insane that Bouyer does not address the subject of selling indulgences directly and that he proves that St. Augustine, St. Thomas Acquinas, Luther and Calvin all agree on the basics of the faith so that he can dump his philosophical argument on us.

    We Protestants cannot convince our Roman Church brothers and sisters about anything when we discuss Indulgences. They are unable to hear us. We have to understand that if they would not listen to Hus or Wycliffe or Luther, they are not likely to listen to us. The way to reach them is by example. Show them that we are filled with the Holy Spirit. Show them our Faith by our Works. Best to re-read the Epistle of James before engaging in an argument with them...

    ;) After all, (LOL) Jesus founded His Church on St. Peter and not on the Truth;););). (And, yes I know. Romans don't think this is funny. But sometimes one just has to tease the cat...:D.)

    PS: It was while reading this book that I was given a vision that explained the relationship of Faith and Works and Obedience. I will always be grateful to Bouyer for providing the stimulus for that vision.
     
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  14. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    Now there's an "intelligent" response . . . :rolleyes:
     
  15. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    I simply don't tolerate dishonesty - and neither should YOU.

    And, by your selective silence, I guess we now see that YOU are extremely hyocritical.
    Good
    job . .
     
  16. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    That's because you're USED to viewing the world through anti-Catholic lenses.

    Do your homework instead . . .
     
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    stunnedbygrace Well-Known Member

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    You are greatly out of control. But you seem to be happy that way.
     
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    Taken Well-Known Member

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    "Intelligent" your remarks are laughable...
    Okie dokie

    Don't think there is a category on this forum for your brash type of comedy. You should have noticed it has not been well received.
     
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  19. BreadOfLife

    BreadOfLife Well-Known Member

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    I’m not here to be“liked” - I’m here to expose LIES.

    You of ALL people should know that by now – as many times as I've exposed your ignorant lies . . .
     
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    stunnedbygrace Well-Known Member

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    I've never even run across you before so...you're a ding dong.
     
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