killedjoe

Lindenhurst, NY

#127 Sep 19, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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You will stick with Sola Scriptura which means what you stick with means nothing.
Only to you.
Can you imagine Jesus telling the Apostles they can believe anything they want to?
No, it seems that you want to believe what you want. Jesus told us to be careful of the many "wonders of the sky and the earth. Thru out the Bible, they are call "watchers". Enoch told us to be careful of them. Cause it is not who you think it is. Also in Revelations, it say that the books are close until he returns. Any so call miraclous event is not from the Father. You want to believe what the Pope say and not what the "book" say, it your call. Please, I am not saying these "events" didn't happen, they did, what I am saying, according to Jesus, it is not from Him or the Father. Therefore, the vision of Paul was real, but not from Jesus, but the liar. How can Paul go against and change the Apostle and Jesus teachings. Did Jesus decided, Woop, I change my mind, let me go tell "only" it OK to change what I said. In the book of Revelations, it is stated many times the "church" will lead assay many from the words. Also, in Revelation, it talks about the celebration in the heaven cause "Babylon" has been broken and destroyed. Babylon is the ritual and beliefs that mankond has carried for "Thousands" of years. This is what Jesus means by "TRUTH". We still don't know what TRUTH is.
Anonymous Proxy

Manassas, VA

#128 Sep 19, 2013
Looks like the Pope is quitting is preaching against sin. He says atheists can go to heaven. I guess he might as well say it is okay. The majority of the priests are gay and with all the billions they are paying out the need to preach the accept the world message to bring in the money.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/20/world/europ...
Mike Peterson

United States

#129 Sep 20, 2013
Anonymous Proxy wrote:
Looks like the Pope is quitting is preaching against sin. He says atheists can go to heaven. I guess he might as well say it is okay. The majority of the priests are gay and with all the billions they are paying out the need to preach the accept the world message to bring in the money.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/20/world/europ...
The teaching on faith and morals has not changed since Jesus and will never change.

Its the same as it was 2000 years ago.

From the same interview. You only read headlines from the NYT of all things.

"It is not necessary to talk about these issues all the time," Francis says, "especially because the teaching of the church on these matters is already clear.

Since: Jun 11

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#134 Sep 20, 2013
Anonymous Proxy wrote:
Looks like the Pope is quitting is preaching against sin. He says atheists can go to heaven. I guess he might as well say it is okay. The majority of the priests are gay and with all the billions they are paying out the need to preach the accept the world message to bring in the money.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/20/world/europ...
And this affects your miserable slimy life in what way?
Anonymous Proxy

Manassas, VA

#135 Sep 20, 2013
“All the faithful, considered as a whole, are infallible in matters of belief,”.

This statement should make Mark and Mike even more arrogant if that is possible. Ah yes, if it is Catholic it is infallible. The only problem is when I ask Pope Mark or Pope Mike a question they cannot come up with an answer.
Mike Peterson

United States

#136 Sep 20, 2013
Anonymous Proxy wrote:
“All the faithful, considered as a whole, are infallible in matters of belief,”.
This statement should make Mark and Mike even more arrogant if that is possible. Ah yes, if it is Catholic it is infallible. The only problem is when I ask Pope Mark or Pope Mike a question they cannot come up with an answer.
Everything you can think of has already been decided 2000 years ago. Protestants think they are free thinkers and what they post are new. Ludicrous.

Only Protestants are their own Popes. Hundred of millions.
Anonymous Proxy

Manassas, VA

#137 Sep 20, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
<quoted text>
Everything you can think of has already been decided 2000 years ago. Protestants think they are free thinkers and what they post are new. Ludicrous.
Only Protestants are their own Popes. Hundred of millions.
You should not argue with the Pope quote of the day.
Annoying Proxy

Manassas, VA

#138 Sep 20, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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And this affects your miserable slimy life in what way?
Pope Mark , I sense you have a little papal hostility towards me. Whence from it came?
Annoying Proxy

Manassas, VA

#139 Sep 20, 2013
Truth is donations are falling and a more worldly friendly church would be more acceptable. I expect a new Pope rap album to come out any day accompanied by nuns doing a new Vatican pole dance. Just like the Nazi suck up in WWII. Nothing knew under the sun, Catholic = power + money.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#140 Sep 20, 2013
Anonymous Proxy wrote:
“All the faithful, considered as a whole, are infallible in matters of belief,”.
This statement should make Mark and Mike even more arrogant if that is possible. Ah yes, if it is Catholic it is infallible. The only problem is when I ask Pope Mark or Pope Mike a question they cannot come up with an answer.
Who is arrogant? You! Why the eff should either of us or anyone else answer your slimy Sprouly gotcha questions?

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#141 Sep 20, 2013
Here is the entire interview without the filter of the New York Times or the Sproul trash:

http://www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/2013091...
Roman Catholic Sproul

Manassas, VA

#142 Sep 20, 2013
There are some interesting teachings coming from the "Sin is In" Pope.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/20/relig...
He will be pretty popular with the Congressman and Obama. After all we would not have gay marriage if it were not for Catholics. The church is full of gays and most of them favor aborting babies so no surprise here. Cater to the world and what is popular. Don't forget follow him on twitter and get those free indulgences while they last.
William

Birmingham, AL

#143 Sep 21, 2013
1. Whenever a new CEO is hired, he (or she) will always seek to expand market-share in a changing landscape.

2. The two motivations of any business are: 1) profit, and 2) long-term survival to insure that item 1 is maintained.

3. Business cannot be successful unless it adapts to an emerging demographic that it sees as key to item 1.

Pope Francis is getting high marks from any Business school.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#144 Sep 21, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
There are some interesting teachings coming from the "Sin is In" Pope.
http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/20/relig...
He will be pretty popular with the Congressman and Obama. After all we would not have gay marriage if it were not for Catholics. The church is full of gays and most of them favor aborting babies so no surprise here. Cater to the world and what is popular. Don't forget follow him on twitter and get those free indulgences while they last.
What an effing liar you are.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#145 Sep 21, 2013
William wrote:
1. Whenever a new CEO is hired, he (or she) will always seek to expand market-share in a changing landscape.
2. The two motivations of any business are: 1) profit, and 2) long-term survival to insure that item 1 is maintained.
3. Business cannot be successful unless it adapts to an emerging demographic that it sees as key to item 1.
Pope Francis is getting high marks from any Business school.
Perhaps he has yet to learn the mainstream media in the United States hangs on every word he says and constantly looks for some new positions or discrepancies. For certain, his comments in these interviews are musings, opinions and only that. One day the media has the Holy Father saying the Church needs to ease up on being anti-abortion yet the next day he's telling doctors to not perform abortions. Professional and amateur Catholic bashers will even claim Catholics believe every word coming out of a Pope's mouth is infallible!
William

Opelika, AL

#146 Sep 21, 2013
He is just keeping his company ahead of competitors by using current and emerging media. He is keeping his company out in front. The Al Gore-zeera TV network has a LONG way to go in terms of being able to break into market share but at least they are figuring it out. Low end religions are still reduced to local cable access channels and radio (!).

EWTN is about 10 miles from my house. I like their satellite dishes.
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#147 Sep 21, 2013
I think he made an infallible statement about red shoes.

I am throwing mine away.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#148 Sep 21, 2013
William wrote:
He is just keeping his company ahead of competitors by using current and emerging media. He is keeping his company out in front. The Al Gore-zeera TV network has a LONG way to go in terms of being able to break into market share but at least they are figuring it out. Low end religions are still reduced to local cable access channels and radio (!).
EWTN is about 10 miles from my house. I like their satellite dishes.
Purely speculation but he may well be extremely media savvy and is using these interviews to float trial balloons to check world wide reactions. I at least know when a Pope or just as importantly the Bishops are speaking casually and when they are formally teaching and promulgating the doctrine and dogmas of the Church.

Since I don't have cable I occasionally watch EWTN via ROKU. That chapel they use for daily Mass is undoubtedly one of the ugliest I've ever seen inside and out. However the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament and the Monastery appear to be quite beautiful and perfectly exemplify Christian architectural tradition.

Since: Jun 11

Location hidden

#149 Sep 21, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
I think he made an infallible statement about red shoes.
I am throwing mine away.
LOL My stock in the company that makes red shoe dye went way down. Quite interesting to see the shoes, gloves, hats etc. worn by these men through the centuries.
William

Birmingham, AL

#150 Sep 21, 2013
"Purely speculation but he may well be extremely media savvy and is using these interviews to float trial balloons to check world wide reactions."

Bingo.

"I at least know when a Pope or just as importantly the Bishops are speaking casually and when they are formally teaching and promulgating the doctrine and dogmas of the Church."

Well he is definitely trying out some new thought-speak, fo sho.

"Since I don't have cable I occasionally watch EWTN via ROKU. That chapel they use for daily Mass is undoubtedly one of the ugliest I've ever seen inside and out. However the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament and the Monastery appear to be quite beautiful and perfectly exemplify Christian architectural tradition."

They got them Steely Dan t-shirts too.

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