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pearl

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Sep 15, 2013
 
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>If I could reach through that screen I would grab you by the neck and blacken both of your blue Utah eyes then body slam you on my keyboard and then power down my computer and then throw you right back into the now completely darkened screen I pulled you out of to start with so that you will be lost in darkened cyber space forever with no hope of ever being powered back up again.
Wow!!!!!! that felt great.
Oops, gotta go, Joel Olsteen is on the other channel. I'll put in that prayer request, but only if he doesn't charge for it, and I'll check back later when you fine Christian folk are "on the air"
pearl

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Sep 15, 2013
 
Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>If I could reach through that screen I would grab you by the neck and blacken both of your blue Utah eyes then body slam you on my keyboard and then power down my computer and then throw you right back into the now completely darkened screen I pulled you out of to start with so that you will be lost in darkened cyber space forever with no hope of ever being powered back up again.
Wow!!!!!! that felt great.
P.S. Glad I could help.
Barnsweb

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Sep 16, 2013
 
Animosity of Christians towards each other??? Christians don't have such a thing:-)

LDS?

That's the best lie ever dreamed up by anyone yet - beats the pants off of Islam -'Families are forever'? So how is it that Jesus taught differently, and said that ones own family would be the source of enemies/contending against us?

LDS love is shown by it's fruits:

'Sisters of Zion'
'Danites'
'Temple blood oathes'
'Mountain Meadows Massacre'- largest on American soil until 9-11

Your prophet:
married little girls and other mens wives
was a necromancer with Alvins remains to get the 'golden bible'
the Smith family was into the 'faculies of Aabrac'

But the most vile was to pretend to speak for God when God had not spoken - to add to Scripture - and that the BOA was based on pagan Egyptian 'Book of Breathings' of a pagan god (demon) to change the foundation of your faith from what God declared true to Moses in the Bible.

Jesus said to believe what Moses wrote - not what Joseph Smith Jr. wrote by the inspiration of demons.

Suggested reading for LDS:
Deut.4, 12, 13, 18; Matthew, John, I,II John, I Peter; Revelation;
'By My Own Hand Upon Papyrus'
'One Nation Under Gods'
'Blood of the Prophets'
'No Man Knows My History'
'Senate Document 189'
'Mormonism Unveiled' John D.Lee's testimony given after he took the blame for MMM and told the truth on the Church and Brigham Young.

That should entertain you enough to look at your own Church issues a while.

It is true: God is not mocked.
Mike Peterson

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Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>You have been a blessing to us also. You made all of us think and you don't fit into any category, you are original. Most posters on here are original thinkers, with the exception of Mark and Mike. They don't think at all. Topix is a good place for those that do not fit into a mold. Everyone on here has that in common, lol.
Original Thinker ????? For Christianity???? Jesus died 2000 and you really think you have something new to say.

That is a great definition of Protestantism. Free thinkers of the Word of God. You nailed it. I might start using that one.

That is so asinine.

Barnsweb

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Sep 16, 2013
 
Also Governor Ford's Memoirs of the Mormon War in Missouri. Maybe the title of the one book is 'By His Own Hand Upon Papyrus'?

I doubt you'd read any one of them though - LDS delusions are far to sacred to be shattered by the actual truth - truth cannot prevail with those who love the lie instead of loving the truth.

Nothing so warm and secure as smugness;-)

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Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
<quoted text>You know what you what you need Mark? Some of RC Sproul's tapes on Catholicism. They would really help you.
Is RC Sproul independently wealthy or does he make his living bashing the Catholic Church among others? Where does his money come from? Who signs his payroll checks? Are all the Sprouls flaky biscuits or just the father and son?
Mike Peterson

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Barnsweb wrote:
Animosity of Christians towards each other??? Christians don't have such a thing:-)
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Do you mean Christians and non Catholics.
Barnsweb

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The true sense of the 'universal' Church is to know that no name over the door saves you. No Pope saves you. No preacher either.

We all will stand as individuals one day to give account for ourselves. I've found many I'd consider disciples of Jesus in most every Church attended for any amount of time - including Catholic, Pentecostal, Protestant, CoC, LDS, SDA, SDCOG, and others. It comes down to being able to mutually love the Lord to the best of our current knowledge and ability - and those who are Christians have a heart that is always open to Jesus and those who love Him.

Yeah, I'm rather edgy, but I do appreciate it when someone speaks what they believe with love...and even concern ... and speaking the truth in love is about the only way I know we can try to find the pathways to a closer walk with Him - but then there is that pesky thing when people want to just cast aside most everything He did say... it bugs me, it's really about trying to hope they see what they're missing - but few have the heart to abandon whatever it be if it means being more true to Him. He has to come first.

So the contention of not making points by discussion of one passage VS another or one author in the NT VS another - all too often it comes down to cheap shots like 'low end prots'....

That's no way to win a friend or influence and enemy...

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One day he's leaving and the next day he can't find the EXIT sign much less the door!
Roman Catholic Sproul

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MarkEden wrote:
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Is RC Sproul independently wealthy or does he make his living bashing the Catholic Church among others? Where does his money come from? Who signs his payroll checks? Are all the Sprouls flaky biscuits or just the father and son?
Old RC is no dummy. He saw what a phonzi scheme the Catholic church had going and decided to get in on the action. He decided to undercut the Catholic price of indulgences and made a killing for a while until the Pope started giving them away to follow him on twitter. I think he is trying to run me out of business but I got in on it while the money was good. I didn't want the whole biscuit, I was happy with just the crumbs. There was room for all of us to get rich with all the sinners out there today but Catholics can't stand for anyone else to make a dollar. Greedy bunch.
Roman Catholic Sproul

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Sep 16, 2013
 
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Then I get to tie you up and spank your bum. Aw goods times, right?
I could have a lot of fun with this but I don't want to go there for a couple of reasons. You have a off the wall sense of humor as I do. I am a Christian, not a Muslim and probably not appropriate to go down that road which is something you may not understand. I understand where you are coming from and was there before but after you are saved then we are to abstain from some of the joking around we used to do. I am Protestant not a Catholic which any change in them is unnoticeable. Another reason is if my wife finds out I am joking on here about toasted buns the only thing she will think is funny about it is the way she busts the computer screen over my head.
Roman Catholic Sproul

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Sep 16, 2013
 
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Perhaps I've jumped to conclusions from just your one response to my post, so I gotta ask, Christian or Muslim, cuz I' guessing Christian. But hey, that's just the way you come across, so I could be wrong..
I was actually setting up another name. I was planning Foxy Proxy the heavyweight cyber wrestling champ, but that was probably a bad idea anyway. I got a kick out of your posts but don't get the wrong idea. I only grinned , I didn't laugh. I could share some interesting things with you but don't want to give up my identity. Lets just say Utah is great.
Mike Peterson

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Barnsweb wrote:
The true sense of the 'universal' Church is to know that no name over the door saves you. No Pope saves you. No preacher either.
We all will stand as individuals one day to give account for ourselves. I've found many I'd consider disciples of Jesus in most every Church attended for any amount of time - including Catholic, Pentecostal, Protestant, CoC, LDS, SDA, SDCOG, and others. It comes down to being able to mutually love the Lord to the best of our current knowledge and ability - and those who are Christians have a heart that is always open to Jesus and those who love Him.
Yeah, I'm rather edgy, but I do appreciate it when someone speaks what they believe with love...and even concern ... and speaking the truth in love is about the only way I know we can try to find the pathways to a closer walk with Him - but then there is that pesky thing when people want to just cast aside most everything He did say... it bugs me, it's really about trying to hope they see what they're missing - but few have the heart to abandon whatever it be if it means being more true to Him. He has to come first.
So the contention of not making points by discussion of one passage VS another or one author in the NT VS another - all too often it comes down to cheap shots like 'low end prots'....
That's no way to win a friend or influence and enemy...
You still want to believe in that invisible Church baloney.

All of you Prots are missing the ultimate. The Eucharist. The most personal relationship you can ever have with Jesus and it is just what he said to do.

Every Protestant since 1800 is a low end Prot. At least the high end Prots had some worship in their service, some liturgy, some reverence.

They are still heretics but much closer to home.
Roman Catholic Sproul

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Barnsweb, I watched about the Mormon prophet Jeff Warren on Dateline I believe the other night. I didn't understand where that came from in the bible. I also looked on the internet about your Mormon posts. I did find where they get it from in scripture and it seems Warren was practicing just that. Also the slaughter sheds a different light on the Mormons, especially Brigham Young. Years ago a preacher told me the Catholics practiced the same thing about young married couples and their priests. I shrugged it off then, makes me wonder now.
Roman Catholic Sproul

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Barns web do you agree we should know of the great false prophet today even though we may not know for sure that he is the great false prophet. Of the choices which do you think may have been the most false? Muhammad may be more of an antichrist type although I think he could be considered a false prophet also has a large following. The Pope has a large following, has occupied his thrown claiming he is vicar of Christ, worshipping Mary, and doing a lot of things contrary to the bible, including claiming the real church is not because they are not part of his church. Then we have Paul who has written most of the new testament and is not strongly verified as an apostle and does seem to sometimes be contradicting other parts of the bible. It is hard to pick of of those three not to mention other possibilities. My guess is you think Paul is the top contender but the others have done a lot of damage to Christ and what he taught also. Which do you think it might be?
Roman Catholic Sproul

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Sep 16, 2013
 
pearl wrote:
<quoted text>Then I get to tie you up and spank your bum. Aw goods times, right?
There is one guy on here Mark Eden you might contact. He is into that.
Barnsweb

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Sep 17, 2013
 
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One day he's leaving and the next day he can't find the EXIT sign much less the door!
Only so much as to just sign off and have pot-shots taken at what I've said on the topic - you'd likely do the same thing. It's a matter of time and what else I need to do now.
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Mike Peterson wrote:
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You still want to believe in that invisible Church baloney.
All of you Prots are missing the ultimate. The Eucharist. The most personal relationship you can ever have with Jesus and it is just what he said to do.
Every Protestant since 1800 is a low end Prot. At least the high end Prots had some worship in their service, some liturgy, some reverence.
They are still heretics but much closer to home.
There is a fuller meaning than the Eucharist. It's one thing to be a partaker of the memorial that proclaims His death, and it's another, but related matter, to be partakers of His Word. The greater blessing is found to be His friend and know whatever He told us from the Father in word and deed - hearers and doers of His word - abiding in His word - faithful to His word. How can one find Christ in them if they reject His truth and the light that provides in this dark world?

Fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, knowledge of the word and work of Christ is the fuller life in Him. When we abide in His word, it isn't our work - it's His work - the work He said we are to do if we love Him - keeping His word.(Acts 3:22,23)

Having visited and investigated enough Churches to be able to speak from experience, I have to agree that most who think they worship God today have not a clue about Him and are deluded to NOT abide in the manner of life and worship He declared to all. Multitudes are running to the doors of lies that will NOT lead where the sign out front implies. "In vain do they worship Me, teaching as doctrines the commandments of men."

Praise Rock Bands are blasphemy in my opinion - let alone the 'gospel' they preach - totally gutted of what we are called to repent to do to please God.
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We become like the Master when we model our faith and life on His Teachings and example for us.

No where does He say His righteousness is transferred to us so that we don't need to repent to become more like Him in our word and deeds.

No where does He or any apostle imply it's about 'say this prayer after me'- total doctrine of man.
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Roman Catholic Sproul wrote:
Barnsweb, I watched about the Mormon prophet Jeff Warren on Dateline I believe the other night. I didn't understand where that came from in the bible. I also looked on the internet about your Mormon posts. I did find where they get it from in scripture and it seems Warren was practicing just that. Also the slaughter sheds a different light on the Mormons, especially Brigham Young. Years ago a preacher told me the Catholics practiced the same thing about young married couples and their priests. I shrugged it off then, makes me wonder now.
Warren Jeffs pretends to think himself the LDS prophet, but the LDS don't recognize him as anyone but a fruitcake. I had a set of his 'revelations' sent to government officials as they were sent - given to me by a County Supervisor who was a Mormon from the wife's Ward - he didn't even want to bother reading it - I read it enough to see he was trying to pander fear he was a prophet and that God demanded he be released:-)

You might enjoy 'Blood of the Prophets', and 'Mormonism Unveiled' by John D. Lee. Lee was the ggggf of my wife's step daughter. He really spilled the beans, so to speak. The book's in reprint, but an original costs about $1000 because for years LDS had a campaign to check out anti-LDS books from libraries and not return them - this caused widespread ignorance of the truth on the LDS roots.

All bad histories aside - what matter should be what we do now, that we turn to God with all our heart, soul, mind, body and strength He gives us for each from day to day. As Scripture says,'Thy mercies are new every morning.'

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