I'm not contradicting. I stated that some catholics call getting their babies baptized as they are born again.<quoted text>You are directly contradicting yourself. Read your post, please. You wrote that being baptized is considered being born-again by Catholics. But, it's a moot point, anyway. It doesn't really matter to you born-again Christians, does it? Infant baptism isn't a born-again experience, according to you. Therefore, Catholics are not eligible for entrance into God's kingdom. They and Orthodox Christians aren't "saved." Everyone but "born-again" Christians are doomed. Yikes!
I don't believe a newborn can be, nor needs to be born again. One must first cross over Gods line.(Age of accountability).
Some people will Never reach this age.
Some are born and live their life and die, and you wonder just how much they did know?
I believe I've stated before that many "christians disagree with me)
I should always speak the truth "with love ". The truth is easy, but speaking it in love can be hard.
Since I was saved at home,I try to know Gods way, through prayer and His word.
Since there are clearly many many denominations that claim they are christ centered, and that they hold the truth to life, yet they are all different in "their " belief.
They cannot all be right.
Some things are just no big deal.
paint the church pink or blue? Doesn't really matter.
Move the church 6" to the left or right? Doesn't really matter.
How soneones soul is saved, and to whom recieves the Glory? DOES MATTER.