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Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#21 Nov 25, 2013
Mike_Peterson wrote:
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You have the Truth and are infallible. Correct?
We all have the truth that was left for us to believe, but as He said,'But there are some who do not believe.'

Can you tell me what those verses are saying?
Dave P

Morehead, KY

#22 Nov 25, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
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Nothing is 'luck' when it comes to believing God. Try it sometime.
Not the 'plunder' above, the Genesis 49 prophecy of the wolf of the tribe of Benjamin. Did Paul scatter the Jewish Christians and aid with their imprisonment and killings? Did Paul lead anyone to think the Law of God was not good, or that it was done away with, so that men became snared by the lie to think God goes back on His word or that Jesus didn't really know the truth when He preached the Sermon on the Mount? Are there any divisions or falsehoods held among the shattered Gentile Christian 'world' that center on anything Paul uniquely taught - things Jesus nor any of the Twelve Apostles taught?
If Isaiah is true, if God is true, if Master Y'shua (Jesus) is true - then all need to repent to hear and follow Him... not Alexander Campbell, Max Lucado, R.C. Sproul or the Pope. There is only room to follow one Master. If you have two, you will come to follow one and despise the other. To stop following what the Master Teacher said is the truth is to reject Him and His words of life - which can only bring imprisonment to the heart and mind of the deceived - those caught in the trap of lies spoken in the name of God and His Redeemer.
Nothing is "Luck".
Twisting the Isaiah passage and the Benjamin statement to be about Paul destroys any credibility you have. It lands you in peanuts territory.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#23 Nov 25, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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Glad to see I'm now not the only one getting peanuts from these freaks!
Another grain of wisdom from the Catholic mindset;-) Have you ever gone over your post comments for a day or two and thought about what you're actually saying and if it's even worth your typing? Let alone anyone reading? Do you ever have thoughts, or just calling names and baseless charges? You do know each thing you say is noted and put in a book that will be used to judge you, don't you?

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#24 Nov 25, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
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Another grain of wisdom from the Catholic mindset;-) Have you ever gone over your post comments for a day or two and thought about what you're actually saying and if it's even worth your typing? Let alone anyone reading? Do you ever have thoughts, or just calling names and baseless charges? You do know each thing you say is noted and put in a book that will be used to judge you, don't you?
That damn book is going to be a bestseller! May I include your recipe for fruitcake?

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#25 Nov 25, 2013
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That damn book is going to be a bestseller! May I include your recipe for fruitcake?
Can I get a signed copy?

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#26 Nov 25, 2013
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Can I get a signed copy?
But of course! I do wish the barn dude would take a couple seconds to provide a list of the baseless charges I've made! I'm still in shock at learning that "when the Roman Catholic came in power - they persecuted the 1st century Christians & the Lord's church had to meet in secret...(in hiding)...

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#27 Nov 25, 2013
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But of course! I do wish the barn dude would take a couple seconds to provide a list of the baseless charges I've made! I'm still in shock at learning that "when the Roman Catholic came in power - they persecuted the 1st century Christians & the Lord's church had to meet in secret...(in hiding)...
And I wonder if they hid with the 'trail of blood' baptists. Those catacombs must have been crowded with the Catholics and those other 2. The Catholics hiding from Rome and the other 2 hiding from the Catholics. Did the baptist have to hide from the COC too.

My Western Civ prof., a gay Jew, area of expertise was the Catacombs. He didn't teach anything about those struggles

No carvings or art from any COC or Baptists, that he taught. Lots of Catholic though.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#28 Nov 27, 2013
Have you guys noted that there were several names in the NT for the Church? I doubt any of them had a sign over the door with one name or another name. So why think that tagged the walls of the caves with a variety of denominational names?

Who was it that demanded everyone submit to their set of rules and those who didn't would be persecuted or killed or imprisoned? If that isn't Pauline, I don't know what is. Paul was the first Catholic Pope? It's who you've always followed.

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