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#307 Jul 10, 2013
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
<quoted text>You seem to get awfully upset when I post that picture that looks like you. Here is something that will help you. A Catholic priest that saw the light left the church. I know it will help you if you listen. You might even become saved through listening to an ex-priest.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =fezpRnDB8msXX
How many fingers am I holding up? And Sproul, you're getting quite tiresome.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23595...

Catholics have the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Prots have the leaning tower of tires.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#308 Jul 10, 2013
I have a love with leaning on Jesus;-)
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

Manassas, VA

#309 Jul 10, 2013
MarkEden wrote:
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How many fingers am I holding up? And Sproul, you're getting quite tiresome.
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-23595...
Catholics have the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Prots have the leaning tower of tires.
Seriously, you should listen to what the man has to say. He is a former Catholic Priest so he has some knowledge of the church. You won't be sorry, just look at some honest Catholic evaluation and consider it.
Mike Peterson

United States

#310 Jul 11, 2013
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
<quoted text>You seem to get awfully upset when I post that picture that looks like you. Here is something that will help you. A Catholic priest that saw the light left the church. I know it will help you if you listen. You might even become saved through listening to an ex-priest.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =fezpRnDB8msXX
An ex priest is somebody who spent 6 years preparing to become one and knew everything about the Catholic faith.

He then decides to become one, and makes a holy vow with God.

For some reason, he gets disgruntled with his boss because he can
t do what he wants or he changes his mind about wanting to be married or he wants to make a lot money and he quits.

To justify it, he blames the Churches teachings. Nothing new.

A man breaking their vow before God is not worth listening too.

I can name prominent Protestant Pastors who have done the same thing. Except they gave up their livelihood and means of support of their family to follow the truth.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#311 Jul 11, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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An ex priest is somebody who spent 6 years preparing to become one and knew everything about the Catholic faith.
He then decides to become one, and makes a holy vow with God.
For some reason, he gets disgruntled with his boss because he can
t do what he wants or he changes his mind about wanting to be married or he wants to make a lot money and he quits.
To justify it, he blames the Churches teachings. Nothing new.
A man breaking their vow before God is not worth listening too.
I can name prominent Protestant Pastors who have done the same thing. Except they gave up their livelihood and means of support of their family to follow the truth.
Then there are also men who are inclined to a true heart before God and are forced to leave what they know isn't the truth of God, in search of what the truth of God is. As one from the LDS Church said,'I don't know how to repent of the truth.'
Mike Peterson

United States

#313 Jul 11, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
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Then there are also men who are inclined to a true heart before God and are forced to leave what they know isn't the truth of God, in search of what the truth of God is. As one from the LDS Church said,'I don't know how to repent of the truth.'
What they perceive is the Truth

The Bible says the Church is the Truth. Only Church for the first 1520 years is the Catholic Church, the Church started by Jesus who said he would make sure would never fail and protect it from all evil. Can you let you mind consider how long 2000 years is?

The oldest running organization in the history of the world. There can be only one reason for that. God.

Many men have tried to destroy up the Church from within and without but to no avail.

Protestants have tried for 450 years.

The Civil War was only 150 years ago. Columbus was 500 years ago.

2000 years God has protected his Church and will continue to end of ages. He promised that.

Anybody not in communion with the Church has only part of the truth, the truth they pick and choose. That is what Protestantism means. You protest the Church Jesus started. " I know the truth individually."

John 6:66
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

New York, NY

#314 Jul 11, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
<quoted text>
An ex priest is somebody who spent 6 years preparing to become one and knew everything about the Catholic faith.
He then decides to become one, and makes a holy vow with God.
For some reason, he gets disgruntled with his boss because he can
t do what he wants or he changes his mind about wanting to be married or he wants to make a lot money and he quits.
To justify it, he blames the Churches teachings. Nothing new.
A man breaking their vow before God is not worth listening too.
I can name prominent Protestant Pastors who have done the same thing. Except they gave up their livelihood and means of support of their family to follow the truth.
If someone takes a vow to God and finds out they were misled, that what they thought was God was actually not God then they do not break their vows when they leave. The church requires the vow as a means of control and that is the purpose of teaching it as they do. Did Jesus encourage the taking of vows? No, Jesus said let your words be yay and nay.

From the testimony of the nun we know the church misused the vow to control her. She wanted to serve the Lord with all her heart so they have her take a vow. A cult wants someone that is dedicated in their heart and they can control with the vow. The nun took a vow to serve God but after she did was required by the church to do things that was against God and also against the vow she took. She took a vow to be the bride of Christ and chastity which she is willing to do in her devotion to God. Then they are required to have sex with the priests and tortured until they are weak and submit. If you listen to the tape you will hear the twisting false teaching of the church, by the priests, in which they demand the nun break her vows by submitting to them sexually. If the church requires a vow by deception and then requires the breaking of that vow then how could there possibly be a problem with leaving that church because you have broken the vows already, even by their own warped reasoning. This is one of the strongest forms of mind control there is being practiced by the church. It would take a lot of time to go into it and I may yet do just that.
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

New York, NY

#315 Jul 11, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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What they perceive is the Truth
The Bible says the Church is the Truth. Only Church for the first 1520 years is the Catholic Church, the Church started by Jesus who said he would make sure would never fail and protect it from all evil. Can you let you mind consider how long 2000 years is?
The oldest running organization in the history of the world. There can be only one reason for that. God.
Many men have tried to destroy up the Church from within and without but to no avail.
Protestants have tried for 450 years.
The Civil War was only 150 years ago. Columbus was 500 years ago.
2000 years God has protected his Church and will continue to end of ages. He promised that.
Anybody not in communion with the Church has only part of the truth, the truth they pick and choose. That is what Protestantism means. You protest the Church Jesus started. " I know the truth individually."
John 6:66
Listen to the ex-Catholic priest tell you why this is not so. The church is not the truth, whether Protestant or Catholic. I have posted enough links of past actions by Popes and priests to show without a doubt the church is not the truth. The church is made of men and women, some who try to follow the truth and some tares who follow their own lusts only. The truth is what the church follows ,not what the church is.
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

New York, NY

#316 Jul 11, 2013
Some were strong enough to not be silenced. Unfortunately some take their own lives. Remember in the testimony of the other convent the young nun was required to pray over a dead sister of hours.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/...
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

New York, NY

#317 Jul 11, 2013
Does the church rebuke these practices? Are they tradition? They are not in scripture, at least the non twisted version. They would like to keep them secret if possible, just like the altar boys, and nun convents. Enough dodgeball.
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

New York, NY

#318 Jul 11, 2013
Does the church rebuke these practices? Are they tradition? They are not in scripture, at least the non twisted version. They would like to keep them secret if possible, just like the altar boys, and nun convents. Enough dodgeball.

http://www.jesus-is-savior.com/Testimonies/pr...
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#319 Jul 11, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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What they perceive is the Truth
The Bible says the Church is the Truth. Only Church for the first 1520 years is the Catholic Church, the Church started by Jesus who said he would make sure would never fail and protect it from all evil. Can you let you mind consider how long 2000 years is?
The oldest running organization in the history of the world. There can be only one reason for that. God.
Many men have tried to destroy up the Church from within and without but to no avail.
Protestants have tried for 450 years.
The Civil War was only 150 years ago. Columbus was 500 years ago.
2000 years God has protected his Church and will continue to end of ages. He promised that.
Anybody not in communion with the Church has only part of the truth, the truth they pick and choose. That is what Protestantism means. You protest the Church Jesus started. " I know the truth individually."
John 6:66
And here I thought He said:'I am the way, the truth and the life. No man comes to the Father, except through Me.' The Church is the bride of Christ - not the Christ. We are to be in the process of the betrothed - bringing ourselves under subjection to the Groom in all things. So if one or some of the Bride is unfaithful to the Groom, she cannot be found acceptable and be in open rebellion against Him and His will.
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#320 Jul 11, 2013
How are we to know the truth? What did He say?

"If you abide in My word, ye are My disciples indeed. And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free."
Barnsweb

Canton, OH

#321 Jul 11, 2013
If the RCC is the true Church, she must abide in His word.
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#322 Jul 11, 2013
Barnsweb wrote:
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And here I thought He said:'I am the way, the truth and the life. No man comes to the Father, except through Me.' The Church is the bride of Christ - not the Christ. We are to be in the process of the betrothed - bringing ourselves under subjection to the Groom in all things. So if one or some of the Bride is unfaithful to the Groom, she cannot be found acceptable and be in open rebellion against Him and His will.
So don't be in rebellion. You are the Protester.

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#323 Jul 11, 2013
Mike Peterson wrote:
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So don't be in rebellion. You are the Protester.
Don't you know by now these guys are in sole possession of the "truth" yet you can't get two of them to agree with each other! And don't you dare disagree with any of them! Cracks me the f*** up everyday!
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

Anonymous Proxy

#324 Jul 11, 2013
Catholic whistle blowers mat face repercussions for their actions from the church. It is a shame they should even have to be whistleblowers let alone fear the church.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/21/us/catholic...
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL

Anonymous Proxy

#325 Jul 11, 2013
Ex-Catholics will answer some questions you may have that these two topix dodgers will not.
http://www.excatholics.org/
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#327 Jul 12, 2013
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
Catholic whistle blowers mat face repercussions for their actions from the church. It is a shame they should even have to be whistleblowers let alone fear the church.
http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/21/us/catholic...
What repercussions? I don't get it. Exactly what do you think they fear? A contract on their lives or something?
Mike Peterson

Jackson, MS

#328 Jul 12, 2013
R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
Ex-Catholics will answer some questions you may have that these two topix dodgers will not.
http://www.excatholics.org/
Once again, do you want a list of the thousands of Protestantism pastors who came home?

There is no such thing as an ex-catholic, btw, unless you are excommunicated. They are fallen away Catholics. They have an indelible mark when they were baptized. They will be Catholics forever.

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