Later Latter Days

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#87 Sep 21, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>Here is a link to someone you may be interested in. Who knows if you will like it but you will never know unless you give it a try. I promise it won't hurt<wink wink>. RC Sproul is one of Mark Eden's favorite theologians and I think you might like him also.
The Sprouls make their living as professional Catholic bashers except when they are being defrocked.
William

Pell City, AL

#88 Sep 21, 2013
Bad Intel.
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#89 Sep 21, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>Which subcategory do I fit into?
Non-Catholic -> Protester -> ?

You are too ashamed to admit what you believe other than anything not Catholic related.
Roman Catholic Sproul

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#90 Sep 21, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
<quoted text>
Non-Catholic -> Protester -> ?
You are too ashamed to admit what you believe other than anything not Catholic related.
You two brought it upon yourselves. YOu should be more concerned with being able to defend your faith instead of worrying who I am. I am not important. If I had no more ability to defend what I believed than you I would be ashamed to put my name on here. Mark should especially be ashamed. When you make your claim that the Catholic church is the only church and your claim has been proven absolutely false without a doubt then you should be able to defend what you say in some way. Your spam comments are all we hear and never any proof.
pearl

West Jordan, UT

#91 Sep 21, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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Yep. For these posts.
Catholics and Non-Catholics. I assume you are a non-Catholic. After that there are sub -categories.
Baptized, confirmed and years of catechism, even an audience with his holiness, he claims there is hope for me.
pearl

West Jordan, UT

#92 Sep 21, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
<quoted text>
Nice to know your stance on LDS. Having lived twice in Utah, odds were for LDS, but that isn't a sure thing. So I'll stand corrected if you took things personally - the comments were about the LDS Church history. That said, Evangelicals are no better off than LDS if what Jesus taught is the truth...
Yes, even I am foolish at times:-)
Of course there is no reason for me to take your comments personally, I just didn't want to see you waste your energy regarding the LDS. No harm no foul. So which cult are you a follower of?
pearl

West Jordan, UT

#93 Sep 21, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>
That's what you get for reading other peoples posts. I would suggest you only read my posts. If you print them out and memorize them they will benefit you greatly.
<quoted text>I suppose both are impure thoughts at the very least. I do not think we were talking of either. Everyone knows wrestling is fake. It was a joke on my part and I never actually wanted to body slam you or anyone for that matter. I don't have a body slam fantasy. I took your comment as a joke also but since going down that road may lead to an impure discussion so I avoided it. Sex is real and the vast majority of humans have those desires so we may venture into a sin of sorts, not porneia because it is an actually act. Possibly unclean thoughts, lust and so on. Wrestling violence on the other hand is not real but all pretend. If we had actual violent fantasies likewise they would not be the actual violent act but a sin related to the thought process as above. It is a constant struggle to keep ones mind on good things in this world. If I remember correctly you were a lesbian and along with your fascination with my mental brilliance you are no doubt blinded by my male attractiveness which is completely understandable. However humorous bum warmers may be that is not my style. I think you would find a more than willing participant in Mark Eden. He is into that stuff I am told.
"Sex is real", wow that's deep padre, but I don't think I need to print and memorize this kind of information. I'm sure I will be able to recall the profoundness of that claim on a moments notice, if for no other reason than shits and giggles. However, your indirect answers are what I would like to see clarified. So, are you saying "impure" thoughts are a sin? What kind of thoughts are "impure"? Could you expand on the sinful thought process? As for the rest of your post, I can't for the life of me figure out why you assume I'm a lesbian, or why the Catholic poster has assumed I couldn't possibly be Catholic or why the other poster {Barnsweb, I think it was} insisted I"m Mormon. So for the record, no not gay, so your claim that I am no doubt blinded by your male attractiveness and that is understandable, is really kind of based on more misconception, which seems to be a rule on this thread, and that my friend is even more understandable. But perhaps, you brought up the gay issue because you seem to seek a little sexual pleasure within every response to me so far. So how bout that impure thought thing, would you clarify on what makes it sinful?
pearl

West Jordan, UT

#94 Sep 21, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text> You two brought it upon yourselves. YOu should be more concerned with being able to defend your faith instead of worrying who I am. I am not important. If I had no more ability to defend what I believed than you I would be ashamed to put my name on here. Mark should especially be ashamed. When you make your claim that the Catholic church is the only church and your claim has been proven absolutely false without a doubt then you should be able to defend what you say in some way. Your spam comments are all we hear and never any proof.
"I am not that important" Oh come on, sure you are, besides you're much more fun when your not the least bit humble. Where's that "awareness" hiding?
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#95 Sep 21, 2013
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Of course there is no reason for me to take your comments personally, I just didn't want to see you waste your energy regarding the LDS. No harm no foul. So which cult are you a follower of?
Cult of Christ:-)

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#96 Sep 22, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text> You two brought it upon yourselves. YOu should be more concerned with being able to defend your faith instead of worrying who I am. I am not important. If I had no more ability to defend what I believed than you I would be ashamed to put my name on here. Mark should especially be ashamed. When you make your claim that the Catholic church is the only church and your claim has been proven absolutely false without a doubt then you should be able to defend what you say in some way. Your spam comments are all we hear and never any proof.
About yourself you say, "I am not important." Damn right about that...it's the only honest thing you have ever posted.
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#97 Sep 22, 2013
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text> You two brought it upon yourselves. YOu should be more concerned with being able to defend your faith instead of worrying who I am. I am not important. If I had no more ability to defend what I believed than you I would be ashamed to put my name on here. Mark should especially be ashamed. When you make your claim that the Catholic church is the only church and your claim has been proven absolutely false without a doubt then you should be able to defend what you say in some way. Your spam comments are all we hear and never any proof.
You want me to quote scripture and I can. Then you will say that is not what that scripture means.

Wont get involved with that lunacy. Your interpretation of scripture means something only to you. The Church uses the Bible to teach. The Bible doesn't teach anything itself.

"How can I understand scripture unless somebody teaches me."

Once again, who taught you? You refuse to answer that.
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#98 Sep 22, 2013
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Baptized, confirmed and years of catechism, even an audience with his holiness, he claims there is hope for me.
Even you.

Was it early post Vatican II catechism? If so, maybe you need to start over.

They dumbed it down to Protestant Sunday School for a while and missed teaching a few generations.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#99 Sep 22, 2013
Mike, who teaches you?

One teaching of Jesus is that He alone is to be our Teacher - and this was said to the twelve apostles. Do you think Jesus taught them the truth? Did Jesus reveal to his disciples what their Scriptures said about Him? Did Jesus teach them how the power of forgiveness sets them free and gives them the power to become the sons of God they were meant to be?

If He taught them, and they recorded those same teachings for us - don't you think we are capable to hear Him and also learn the truth of the very Word of God?

We can help each other learn. We can teach our children to know God and what He has declared to be good or evil.

How can any Church 'teach' the truth of the Doctrine of God unless they show they believe and do as He said?

Now go find a Church that abides in His word. Until you find one, you should spend more time studying His words that were given to turn you away from following those who disobey God.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#100 Sep 22, 2013
John 8: 31,32; "If you abide in My word, you are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free."



What does Jesus mean by 'If you abide in My word'? In my dictionary the meanings of abide are: to wait for; to endure without yielding; to bear patiently; to accept without objection; to remain stable or fixed in a state; to continue in a state; to conform to; to acquiesce in. Faith in Jesus as Christ is far more than a profession out of your mouth, the church you belong to, a spiritual feeling, or the system of religion that you practice. In the opening sermon of Jesus we are told to not just hear His words - if we want our 'house' to withstand the storms and floods we are to be doers of what He taught. In the personal aspect of our faith we are told to abide in His words if we want to 'know the truth.'

onediscipletoanother.org
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#101 Sep 22, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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You want me to quote scripture and I can. Then you will say that is not what that scripture means.
Wont get involved with that lunacy. Your interpretation of scripture means something only to you. The Church uses the Bible to teach. The Bible doesn't teach anything itself.
"How can I understand scripture unless somebody teaches me."
Once again, who taught you? You refuse to answer that.
You have never asked me that question, no time that I recall anyway. I don't do the Catholic dodge when I am asked a question that I may not have an answer for. One thing we know is your false interpretation of that scripture will not apply because there is no Roman Catholic church at this time. We should note that the eunuch never asked Philip where the closest Catholic church was. Another great big ole Catholic irony is your comment in the first three sentences of this post saying you will not post scripture and then the audacity to post scripture in sentence seven. Very typical of Catholics. But you see the bible does actually teach. It was not complete at this time and the eunuch never understood who it was talking of. We do have the eunuchs question answered in scripture now do we not? A personnel observation of my own that a pedophile priest was not sent for the purpose of explaining this to the eunuch from a church with a "Sin is In" leader.
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#102 Sep 22, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
<quoted text>
Even you.
Was it early post Vatican II catechism? If so, maybe you need to start over.
They dumbed it down to Protestant Sunday School for a while and missed teaching a few generations.
So the Catholic churches teaching varies from Pope to Pope. It seems have taken a turn with the new Pope from conservative to liberal with the last Pope doesn't it? Interesting that Pearl may need start over, is that a signal of a Catholic church that in one point in time was giving out false diplomas? I think the whole of you should start over as Protestants. You cannot dumb down the Catholic teaching any lower and as proof of my statement I ask anyone reading this thread to read the posts of Mike and Mark.
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#103 Sep 22, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
<quoted text>
About yourself you say, "I am not important." Damn right about that...it's the only honest thing you have ever posted.
Good morning Mark. I am more and more impressed every day by the depth of of thought that goes into your posts. They keep getting more poetic every every time you open your mouth. Keep up the good work.
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#104 Sep 22, 2013
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>"I am not that important" Oh come on, sure you are, besides you're much more fun when your not the least bit humble. Where's that "awareness" hiding?
I was just faking. I haven't changed.
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#105 Sep 22, 2013
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>"Sex is real", wow that's deep padre, but I don't think I need to print and memorize this kind of information. I'm sure I will be able to recall the profoundness of that claim on a moments notice, if for no other reason than shits and giggles. However, your indirect answers are what I would like to see clarified. So, are you saying "impure" thoughts are a sin? What kind of thoughts are "impure"? Could you expand on the sinful thought process? As for the rest of your post, I can't for the life of me figure out why you assume I'm a lesbian, or why the Catholic poster has assumed I couldn't possibly be Catholic or why the other poster {Barnsweb, I think it was} insisted I"m Mormon. So for the record, no not gay, so your claim that I am no doubt blinded by your male attractiveness and that is understandable, is really kind of based on more misconception, which seems to be a rule on this thread, and that my friend is even more understandable. But perhaps, you brought up the gay issue because you seem to seek a little sexual pleasure within every response to me so far. So how bout that impure thought thing, would you clarify on what makes it sinful?
I went back through your posts and you never said you were lesbian you were just defending them ,I never read the thread much just in for a quick jab and back out. I told you I was shooting from the hip(memory)and never went back and checked it. But since you are not longer lesbian will you notch my belt for curing you?
Roman Catholic Sproul

Germany

#106 Sep 22, 2013
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Baptized, confirmed and years of catechism, even an audience with his holiness, he claims there is hope for me.
I am surprised you are Catholic. "he claims there is hope for me" (lol) well he never lied to you. Did you listen to the link I posted? Just curious as to your thoughts. I could see no fault in that sermon, even though Mark bashed it.

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