The Errors of Protesantism

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Bobby wrote:
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We claim that Jesus started the church, I think you claim that A "man"-Peter started the church. If Peter were here, I am sure he would give the credit to Jesus. Catholics are full of themselves...
We now know what you are full of so mosey on off to your little bible church and be happy.
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Jul 7, 2013
 
I never bothered discussing the Catholic claim that Peter started the church or their false Matthew 16 interpretation. I knew it would be a waste of time. There is no way they would change from their teaching even if Jesus corrected them. They would lose their power and be nothing, there would be no Catholic church as we know it today. Their claim is baloney but not worth wasting time on.
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Jul 7, 2013
 
How many Churches believe the ten commandments were actually nailed to the cross?

Do Catholics?

Do all Protestants?

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R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
I never bothered discussing the Catholic claim that Peter started the church or their false Matthew 16 interpretation. I knew it would be a waste of time. There is no way they would change from their teaching even if Jesus corrected them. They would lose their power and be nothing, there would be no Catholic church as we know it today. Their claim is baloney but not worth wasting time on.
Silly boy everyone knows Jesus started the Presbyterian Church the day after He started the Bible Church.
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Bobby wrote:
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We claim that Jesus started the church, I think you claim that A "man"-Peter started the church. If Peter were here, I am sure he would give the credit to Jesus. Catholics are full of themselves...
Hey Bud. You continue to lie. Jesus started the Church thru the
Apostles with Peter holding the keys.

If Peter was here you might end up like Ananias and Sapphira.

2000 years and still going. It will be here another 2,000 years. When Jesus comes back he will be proud of his Church.
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Mike Peterson wrote:
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Hey Bud. You continue to lie. Jesus started the Church thru the
Apostles with Peter holding the keys.
If Peter was here you might end up like Ananias and Sapphira.
2000 years and still going. It will be here another 2,000 years. When Jesus comes back he will be proud of his Church.
Yes, he will come back for his people, the true church of God who trust in our savior Jesus the Christ. Another savior will not be acceptable- no pope, no mother mary and for heavens sake do not trust in infant baptism!
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R-oman C-atholic SPROUL wrote:
I never bothered discussing the Catholic claim that Peter started the church or their false Matthew 16 interpretation. I knew it would be a waste of time. There is no way they would change from their teaching even if Jesus corrected them. They would lose their power and be nothing, there would be no Catholic church as we know it today. Their claim is baloney but not worth wasting time on.
Yup, you can go to the Greek and show their claim is foolishness, you can read two chapters later that all the apostles had the keys, and in Revelation Jesus has the keys. Makes no difference to the RCC- but I guess it does because the organization crumbles on those facts.

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The errors of both Protestants and Catholics:

Protestant Heresy: www.scribd.com/doc/149384308 ...
Catholic Heresy: www.scribd.com/doc/149235714 ...
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#250
Jul 7, 2013
 
Read that last night truthsayer. Most of that I agree with. Premillenialism I do not. What if I believe it is heresy?
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Dave P wrote:
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Yup, you can go to the Greek and show their claim is foolishness, you can read two chapters later that all the apostles had the keys, and in Revelation Jesus has the keys. Makes no difference to the RCC- but I guess it does because the organization crumbles on those facts.
According to your personal interpretation of a Catholic book.

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Dave P wrote:
Read that last night truthsayer. Most of that I agree with. Premillenialism I do not. What if I believe it is heresy?
It's not a deal breaker for me. The doctrine of salvation is the one I see no wiggle room on.
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Mike Peterson wrote:
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According to your personal interpretation of a Catholic book.
Says your personal opinion of God's book.
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<quoted text>It's not a deal breaker for me. The doctrine of salvation is the one I see no wiggle room on.
Ok then. We agree.
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The Historical Black Hole Error:

Every Protestant in the had ancestors in the Catholic Church if they were Christians and not pagans.

You come from the Catholic Church and the Church you go to sprang out of the CC.

Sir Isaac Newton was once asked how he managed to amass such great knowledge of his field in his lifetime. He replied, "Because I stood on the shoulders of giants".

Protestantism however, being severely handicapped by the ball and chain of Sola Scriptura, makes no use of those "giants" who went before them for the first fifteen hundred years of Christianity.
Protestants are saddled with an historical fifteen hundred year Black Hole


"All things are full of weariness; a man cannot utter it; the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear filled with hearing. What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new"? It has been already, in the ages before us. There is no remembrance of former things, nor will there be any remembrance of later things yet to happen among those who come after."
Ecclesiastes 1:8-11

Protestants are afraid to read authentic historical documents written before their revolt in the 16th century, because they fear what they may find written therein.

One of the most famous converts to the Catholic Church from Protestantism, Cardinal John Henry Newman, wrote in his introduction to his "Development of Doctrine" treatise,
"To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant".

Newman set out to "prove" from historical documents that Anglicanism was the "true" church, the Church which Jesus Christ founded. What he found by extensive researching of genuine historical documents was that it was not the Anglican church which Jesus Christ founded, but the Catholic Church. From the overwhelming evidence which he found, he immediately converted to the "true Church", the Catholic Church.

What happened to the Christian Church after Acts 28:30? Aren't you the least bit interested? Did historical progress of the Christian Church end abruptly there and then? Absolutely not!

Show me a period in Church history where the events of the time were not recorded by historians and scribes?

All Protestants should read what has been recorded regarding the history of Christianity, and to start with genuine historical writings beginning in the first and second centuries.

Aren't you the least bit interested in your Christian heritage, the struggles and martyrdoms of your Christian ancestors who led us to where we are today? If you call yourself a Christian, you certainly should be.



I must add that if you refuse to read the history of Christianity, then you are scared of what you might find.
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Jul 8, 2013
 
Mike Peterson wrote:
The Historical Black Hole Error:
Every Protestant in the had ancestors in the Catholic Church if they were Christians and not pagans.
You come from the Catholic Church and the Church you go to sprang out of the CC.
Sir Isaac Newton was once asked how he managed to amass such great knowledge of his field in his lifetime. He replied, "Because I stood on the shoulders of giants".
Protestantism however, being severely handicapped by the ball and chain of Sola Scriptura, makes no use of those "giants" who went before them for the first fifteen hundred years of Christianity.
Protestants are saddled with an historical fifteen hundred year Black Hole
"All things are full of weariness; a man cannot utter it; the eye is not satisfied with seeing, nor the ear filled with hearing. What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new"? It has been already, in the ages before us. There is no remembrance of former things, nor will there be any remembrance of later things yet to happen among those who come after."
Ecclesiastes 1:8-11
Protestants are afraid to read authentic historical documents written before their revolt in the 16th century, because they fear what they may find written therein.
One of the most famous converts to the Catholic Church from Protestantism, Cardinal John Henry Newman, wrote in his introduction to his "Development of Doctrine" treatise,
"To be deep in history is to cease to be Protestant".
Newman set out to "prove" from historical documents that Anglicanism was the "true" church, the Church which Jesus Christ founded. What he found by extensive researching of genuine historical documents was that it was not the Anglican church which Jesus Christ founded, but the Catholic Church. From the overwhelming evidence which he found, he immediately converted to the "true Church", the Catholic Church.
What happened to the Christian Church after Acts 28:30? Aren't you the least bit interested? Did historical progress of the Christian Church end abruptly there and then? Absolutely not!
Show me a period in Church history where the events of the time were not recorded by historians and scribes?
All Protestants should read what has been recorded regarding the history of Christianity, and to start with genuine historical writings beginning in the first and second centuries.
Aren't you the least bit interested in your Christian heritage, the struggles and martyrdoms of your Christian ancestors who led us to where we are today? If you call yourself a Christian, you certainly should be.
I must add that if you refuse to read the history of Christianity, then you are scared of what you might find.
Do you ever have anything original. This is taken straight from the catholic war chest- "33 Multifarious Errors of Protestantism"
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Bobby wrote:
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Do you ever have anything original. This is taken straight from the catholic war chest- "33 Multifarious Errors of Protestantism"
How can there be anything original. The Catholic Church is 2000 years old.

There is nothing original about Gods word and the errors of Protestantism.

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Bobby wrote:
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Do you ever have anything original. This is taken straight from the catholic war chest- "33 Multifarious Errors of Protestantism"
So what! You can't criticize the message so you criticize the messenger. We are bombarded hourly by you cut and paste freaks and I especially loved the Tony Alamo site from William. It's doubtful William had ever heard of pedo Tony.
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Mike Peterson wrote:
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How can there be anything original. The Catholic Church is 2000 years old.
There is nothing original about Gods word and the errors of Protestantism.
In other words you and Mark can no longer think for yourselves- you have no original thoughts, Catholic tradition writes the words you parrot them.

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Bobby wrote:
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In other words you and Mark can no longer think for yourselves- you have no original thoughts, Catholic tradition writes the words you parrot them.
And you crack me up. Go back to your widow lady. One thing's for sure everything is original in your Bible church because you guys just make it all up as you go. I knew I was right about the big TV screens and I haven't even been there. But do you have some artificial ficus trees maybe with little white lights on them?
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MarkEden wrote:
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And you crack me up. Go back to your widow lady. One thing's for sure everything is original in your Bible church because you guys just make it all up as you go. I knew I was right about the big TV screens and I haven't even been there. But do you have some artificial ficus trees maybe with little white lights on them?
You sure do hold the catholic lady in low esteem-thinking she would hit on a married man. I have more respect for her than you do. It's about time you made a trip to the confession box...

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